EndNote Web: Uploading Citations From Databases

Online guide for the web version of EndNote, sometimes called EndNote Web or EndNote Basic.

Ebsco Databases

EBSCO Databases such as Academic Search Premier, PsycINFO, ERIC, RILM, Historical Abstracts

1. Search the database and locate the citations you want to send to EndNote Web
2. Click on the title of your reference to open the full record
3. Click on Export(along the right side of screen)
4. Choose Direct Export to EndNote Web and click on Save
5. The EndNote Web log-in screen will pop-up (watch your pop-up blocker)
6. Log-In or Sign Up for an account
7. Your references are automatically placed in [Unfiled] Group (found in My Reference Tab)
8. To place your unfiled references in the correct group, click box next to title, and then Add to Group

Proquest Databases

Proquest Databases such as... Sociological Abstracts, Social Services Abstracts

1. S
earch the database and choose citations you want to send to EndNote Web
2. Mark your record(s) by checking the box to the left of the title of the citation.
3. Click on Save (top of the list of records).  Choose RIS (works with EndNote, Citavi, etc.) from the list and click on it
4. Verify what you want to export and click Continue
5. Open the file that appears at the bottom of the screen or in a pop-up box
7. You will be prompted to provide your EndNote Web login e-mail address and password
8. After the export process has been completed successfully, you will receive a confirmation message

9. When you login to your EndNote Web account, your citations will be found in [Unfiled] 
(found under the "My References" tab)
10. [Unfiled]: From here, (along the top) you can move to the correct group or make a New Group