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EndNote (Researcher Workshop)

Links and materials to support the EndNote GradSteps Researcher Workshop

Database Import with Endnote - Desktop

Importing record files from a database

1. When exporting records from a database be sure to select 'RIS' as the file type

2. Go to File --> Import and select file

3. If on a Mac, make sure to select 'Show Options' button on the bottom left-hand corner. You want Reference Manager (RIS) to be selected under Import Options (see screenshot)

 

 

 

Workshop Instructions: Import the following RIS files to the designated group

POCUS --> UGME: RIS file to download

POCUS --> PA: RIS file to download

Database Import with EndNote Web

Importing files from a database

1. When exporting records from a database be sure to select 'RIS' as the file type

2. Login to EndNote Web

3. Go to Collect --> Import References

4. Choose the RIS file and select Refman RIS under Import Option

5. Select the group to load the references to

Workshop Instructions: Download the UGME and PA RIS files located in the above box and import into the POCUS group.

PDF Import with Endnote

For EndNote Desktop

1. File --> Import --> Select file

2. Import option: PDF

Workshop instructions: Import this PDF into EndNote and move to the Group: UGME

For EndNote Web

1. Collect --> Import References

2. Choose PDF file

3. Select

Workshop instructions: Import this PDF into EndNote Web and move to the Group: UGME

Search within Endnote

You can search PubMed and Web of Science within EndNote Desktop.

In PubMed, you can search: Title, Abstract, MeSH, PMID

In Web of Science, you can search: Title, Author, Journal*

*Title, Abstract, Keyword is also available, but I find this search option doesn't always work.

Drag and drop selected articles to the appropriate group.

Workshop Instructions: Search the PMID, 29858431 in PubMed, in EndNote. Drag the reference to the UGME group.