Using EndNote Basic/Web

A guide to the main features of the bibliographical manager EndNote Basic/Web

How To Download Book Citations to EndNote

Your best option for getting book citations into EndNote is to use TWU Library's OneSearch interface on the library home page and create downloads for the books you find.  For more information on using the Export function in OneSearch, see http://libguides.twu.ca/LibraryOneSearch/SavingCiting​.  The Export feature will do a direct download to EndNote.  

If you want an alternative method, use WorldCat, as described below:

a. Take your list of books to http://www.worldcat.org/. Set up a free account (right side of the screen) so that you can create a downloadable list of books there.

b. Search for the first title and click on the book title link

 

c. Click on Add to list

 

d. Add your citation to a list

 

e. Search for the other books on your original list and put each into your WorldCat list using the method described above.

 

f. Open your list.

 

 

f. Set up the download

 

g. Upload the citation file into EndNote by first logging into your EndNote account.

 

h. The next screen will give you a link to see your uploaded citations.