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Google scholar, a popular web resource that indexes journal article citations, can be used to obtain citations in RIS (Refman) format to import into Endnote.

Downloading from Google Scholar

  1. In Scholar, click on the 'cite' link under the entry for the item you are trying to cite.
  2. Choose the Refman option at the bottom of the pop-up screen.

  3. Allow it to save the file scholar.ris (or scholar(1).ris, etc) to your computer

 

Importing into Endnote

  1. Login to EndNoteWeb.
  2. Click on the Collect tab
  3. Click on "Import New References" 
  4. Next to File, Click on the Browse button and find the Proquest... file you downloaded (look in F:\My Documents\Downloads)
  5. Next to format, choose Proquest.
  6. Click Import.
  7. If you chose a New Group, you'll be prompted to create the group name:

    Type in a name for the group and click OK.
  8. Endnote will report back "Number references were imported to "Group Name".