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Drew Scholar Search and many of the library's databases are provided through the EBSCO platform, which can export citations directly to Endnote web.

These databases include ABSEES online, Academic Search Premiere, America: History and Life, ATLA, Business Source Premiere, CINAHL, EconLit , Education Research Complete, ERIC, Historical Abstracts, Index Islamicus, MLA International BibliographyNew Testament Abstracts, Newspaper Source, Old Testament Abstracts, RILM Abstracts of Music Literature, Women’s Studies International, SocINDEX, Philosopher's Index, PsycINFO.

To export citations from an EBSCO database:

  1. Open an new window or tab on your browser (control-N), go to myendnoteweb.com and login with your userid and password
  2. In a different window or tab, go to the database and locate the citation(s) you'd like to export.
  3. In the individual view or in the folder view, click on the Export  icon in the left side.
     OR 
  4. Choose Remove these Items from folder after saving (if the option is there) and "Direct Export to EndnoteWeb".
  5. Then click Save.
  6. After a short pause, the database will respond
    EBSCOhost Import Results
    Number of records imported: 
  7. In MyEndnoteWeb, the articles will be added to your "unfiled" category: 

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.

Proquest Research Library and other Proquest Databases are currently among of those databases.

Exporting from Proquest Databases and Importing to EndnoteWeb

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