Landman Library

EndNote Web: Building Your Library

Adding References Manually

  1. Select Collect at the top of the screen and then New Reference
  2. Select appropriate reference type (i.e., book, journal article, Web page) from the Reference Type drop-down menu
  3. Enter information in the appropriate fields. You do not need to fill out every field
  4. Click Save

Importing Citations from our Online Catalog

  1. Click on the book to view the complete record
  2. On the right side of the screen, click Go to save record as RIS
  3. You will then need to download the file and save it to your computer
  4. Log into EndNote Web.
  5. Go to the Collect tab and pick Import References
  6. Browse and find the file
  7. For your Import Option select Citation from the list
  8. Select which folder you wish to save the article to, and then click Import

Importing Citations From a Database

From Any EBSCO Database (Academic Search Premier, ERIC, PsycINFO and more):
  1. Click on the article title to view the complete article record
  2. Click on the Export icon (a piece of paper with a green arrow) in the Tools menu to the right side of the screen
  3. Select Direct Export to EndNote Web (it is the last choice in the list), then click Save on the left
  4. You will be taken to EndNote Web, where you will see that your references have imported
From JSTOR:
  1. Click on the article title to view the complete article record
  2. Click Export Citation in the small menu box to the top right of the screen
  3. Where it says Select a Format click on RIS file
  4. You will then need to download the file and save it to your computer
  5. Log into EndNote Web
  6. Go to the Collect tab and pick Import References
  7. Browse and find the file
  8. For your Import Option select JSTOR from the list
  9. Select which folder you wish to save the article to, and then click Import
From SAGE Premier:
  1. Click on the article abstract or full text link
  2. In the Services box of to the right side of the screen, click Download to Citation Manager
  3. Under where it says EndNote Web, click Click Here to Download and save the file
  4. A window will open. Click Save Page As in your browser menu
  5. Add .ris to the file name and then click save
  6. Log into EndNote Web
  7. Go to the Collect tab and pick Import References
  8. Browse and find the file
  9. For your Import Option select Citation from the list
  10. Select which folder you wish to save the article to, and then click Import
From Web of Knowledge:
  1. Check the box next to the citations you want
  2. Click Add to Marked List
  3. Click on Marked List near the top to view the citations you have checked
  4. Click Save to My EndNote Web. You will get a message saying that the records were sent to your EndNote Web library
  5. You can now click My EndNote Web at the very top of the page to verify that your references are there
From Taylor & Francis:
  1. Click on the article title and scroll down past the abstract
  2. Under the abstract you will see a small menu with many choices (Facebook, Twitter, etc). Click Download Citation
  3. Download as RIS format and save the file to your computer
  4. Log into EndNote Web
  5. Go to the Collect tab and pick Import References
  6. Browse and find the file
  7. For your Import Option, select Citation from the list
  8. Select which folder you wish to save the article to, and then click Import