There is a Firefox toolbar you can install to assist in importing citations and some Chrome & Safari Extensions as well.
Importing from databases
Many library subscription databases available through the web can export citations either directly into EndnoteWeb or indirectly, by exporting a citation file that you then upload into Endnote web.
Exporting Directly from a Database into MyEndnoteWeb
Many of our databases come from a vendor (Ebsco) that has a direct export to Endnote Web. Drew ScholarSearch is one of those databases!
Exporting to a File and Uploading to EndnoteWeb
Some database products don't have a direct export-to-EndnoteWeb option. For them, you will need to Export a list of your citations and Import them into Endnote web. If you use the Mozilla Toolbar for Endnote Web, the process skips a few steps.
More Ways to Capture Citations from Specific Databases/Software
- Endnote Web - Exporting Citations into Endnote from Drew ScholarSearch and EBSCO databases
- Exporting Citations From Proquest and Importing to EndNoteWeb
- Using the Firefox Toolbar to import citations
- Searching the Drew Library Catalog through EndnoteWeb
- Importing ACM Digital Library Citations to Endnote Web
- Importing citations from Web of Science and Biological Abstracts to EndnoteWeb
- Export Citations from Science Direct to EndNote Web
- Capturing citations to web pages using the Firefox Toolbar
- EndNoteWeb-- Exporting Citations from Jstor
- Export Citations from SciFinder to EndNote Web
- Export citations from PubMed to EndNote Web
- Exporting citations from SAGE journals and importing them to Endnote
- Exporting references from Worldcat (library subscription) and Importing into Endnote
- Using the Capture Endnote Reference Option
- Exporting citations from Google Scholar and into Endnote