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EndNote Basic (formerly EndNote Web)

A **free** bibliographic management tool which imports and stores citations from our Library's wealth of electronic databases, and facilitates writing papers.

Web of Science Databases

Science Citation Index Expanded (SCI-EXPANDED)

Social Sciences Citation Index (SSCI)

Arts & Humanities Citation Index (A&HCI)

Conference Proceedings Citation Index- Science (CPCI-S)

Conference Proceedings Citation Index- Social Science & Humanities (CPCI-SSH)

Direct Export Tip

There is a difference in using the Save to EndNote Web button above the list of citations and selecting options from Output Records at the bottom of the results page.

The Save to EndNote Web button will not include cited references and information from some other fields. Choosing to export references along with citations is good research strategy and can possibly save steps later.  

Direct Export into EndNote Basic

Search your Topic.
Select your citations.

There is an option to Save to EndNote Basic.  It is highly recommended that citations are saved by following the steps below 

*** see Direct Export Tip ***


Choose from the Output Records options at the bottom of the page.

Step 1:  Select Records

Step 2:  Choose Full Record plus Cited References

Step 3:  Save to EndNote Basic

Citations from the Web of Science databases are automatically added to the Unfiled Folder.

 

Find and Save Citations as TXT Files

Search your Topic.

Select your citations.


Choose from the Output Records options at the bottom of the page.

Step 1:  Select Records

Step 2:  Choose Full Record plus Cited References

Step 3:  Save to Plain Text

Import Citations as TXT Files into EndNote Basic

In EndNote Basic, prepare to import the citations.
  • Collect Tab
  • Import References
Select Web of Science (TS) from the list of Import Option Favorites
Copy it to the Favorites List
 
Find the savedrecs.txt file
Choose the Web of Science (TS) import option
Send it to the Unfiled Group (default)
 
OR
 

create a New Group.

Important Tip

Web of Science should always be searched from the Library website.