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EndNote: Citation Management: Refworks

Use this guide to select software, download pdfs, format bibliographies and manage citations and research,

PubMed

PubMed - OPEN.

3. ENTER references manually
Journal Article
is the default format for a new reference. Use the drop-down menu to see the list of types, fields will vary depending on the reference type.

Author: Cole, George H.A.
Year: 2006
Title: Wandering stars: about planets and exo-planets: an introductory notebook.
Publisher: Imperial College Press; Distributed by World Scientific.
Enter URL: http://ebooks.cambridge.org . Click it. Browser will open to full text of this book.
3. SAVE reference & CLOSE window.]
4. You will see the reference highlighted in your library.

– Insert ATTACHED FILE into a record field. Important to use for PDFs.

1. Tab to the FILE ATTACHMENTS FIELD.
2. From references choose File Attachments / Attach File.
3. Open the Program files/EndNote/Examples folder. Select Hominid Evolution.xls. OK
4. In CAPTION FIELD, enter Hominid Evolution. close the reference window.
5. Select a reference. Use the Show Preview / Hide Preview button to see selected styles.
    Other types of files, like word docs or PDFs can be inserted into the Files attachment field.
– Insert an IMAGE FILE into a record field. (jpeg, gif, png. etc. pdf or other type of document)
1. Tab to FIGURE FIELD or click on the icon for ADD FIGURE.
2. From References choose Figure/Attach Figure.
3. Open the Program Files/EndNote/ Examples folder. Select Feather2.BMP. open. OK
4. In CAPTION FIELD, enter Crest Feathering.  Close the reference window.
5. Click on the lower X or save this information. Close the window.
6. Use the Show Preview / Hide Preview button to see the style that is currently selected.

4. Use EndNote WEB  or EndNote Sync.

OskiCat to Refworks

Import citations from Oskicat to Refworks
From the Oskicat search results screen:

  1. Check the boxes for the items you wish to export.
  2. Click Save Selected Records, or Save All to save all records on a page.
  3. Click the View Saved button near the top of the page to see your list of saved records.
  4. Click the Export Saved button.
  5. Select EndNote/RefWorks.
  6. In the Send List To column, select Local Disk, and save as a text file. Or select Screen - Use your browser's Edit menu to select and copy all text on the page.

In RefWorks:

  1. Log in and select References > Import.
  2. Under Import Filter/Data Source, select University of California at Berkeley.
  3. Under Database, select University of California Berkeley (OskiCat) (EndNote/RefWorks Format).
  4. Select Import data from the following text, then paste your copied text into the box and click Import. 
  5. OR select Import data from the Text File, click Browse to navigate to the file on your computer, and click Import.

Melvyl to Refworks

Exporting Single Citations from Melvyl to Refworks
From the Melvyl search results:

  1. Select the title of the item you want to export.
  2. Click on the Cite/Export link.
  3. Click on Export to RefWorks.
  4. RefWorks will open in a new browser window or tab. If you are not logged in, you will be prompted to log in before continuing. Once you are logged in, your references will be imported automatically. (You may need to allow popups in your browser).

Exporting Multiple Citations from Melvyl to Refworks

  1. Register for a free account with WorldCat. Use the Sign in link at the top of the page to create your account.
  2. From the Melvyl search results page, check the boxes next to the citations you want to import, and use the dropdown above to save items to a new or existing lists.
  3. View your list by going to My WorldCat and My Lists.
  4. Open the list and click on the Citations View tab.
  5. Select the citations you want to import.
  6. From the Export selected references dropdown, choose to RefWorks.
  7. RefWorks will open in a new browser window or tab. If you are not logged in, you will be prompted to log in before continuing. Once you are logged in, your references will be imported automatically. (You may need to allow popups in your browser).
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