Endnote and Google Scholar

In an earlier post we looked at Google Scholar.

Last week I saw this link to a screencast about using Endnote and Google Scholar, it shows how to set up Google Scholar to link to institutional libraries and to export to Endnote, and what to do if you are away from the machine with Endnote on.

About Shirley Williams

Shirley Williams is a National Teaching Fellow and Professor of Learning Technologies at the University of Reading. She is involved in a number of research projects related to learning technologies, communities, social networks, Digital identity and knowledge transfer. She also enjoys reading and cooking.
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One Response to Endnote and Google Scholar

  1. Helen Hathaway says:

    And there is information on the Library web pages on FAQ’s on EndNote see http://www.reading.ac.uk/library/finding-info/endnote/lib-endnote-faq-databases.aspx
    Information about how EndNote works with other databases is included in the guides to databases themselves eg for Web of Science see http://www.reading.ac.uk/library/eresources/databases/lib-web-of-science.aspx

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