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  • Entering Your Own Citations in EndnoteWeb
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The basic way to get citations for a source into EndnoteBasic/Web is to type them in. (Many citations can be imported from library databases, but you may still need to edit them by hand.)

To do this:

  1. Login to MyEndnoteWeb
  2. Go to the Collect tab and Click on New Reference.
     
  3. Next to Reference Type at the top: choose the type of item you are working with (for instance, Book, Book Section, Electronic Article (for journal articles you've found online), Journal Article, Personal Communication, Web Page, etc...)
  4. Fill in the blanks with the information you have about the item. Most items will not have information to fill in every blank, but fill in what you know.
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  5. Scroll to the end of the page and click on the triangle next to "Groups" to see the possible groups to add your reference to:

    Check the boxes for the groups you want to add the item to.
  6. When finished entering information, click "Save".
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