Answered By: Kealin McCabe
Last Updated: Sep 20, 2017     Views: 40

Begin by accessing EndNote via the library's homepage. If you are off campus, you will have to log in using your UNBC credentials. 

Log in to EndNote. Please note, this account is external to the library. 

EndNote is a citation management system that allows you to create records manually or import them directly from another database.

Creating Manual Citation Records:

1) Begin by clicking on the "COLLECT" tab

2) Select "NEW REFERENCE"

3) Enter in pertinent bibliographic information

4) Always ensure that you save the reference

Importing 

1) Log in to EndNote and keep it open in a separate tab or browser window. Doing this ensures ease of use when importing citations.

2) Open the desired database in a separate tab. Select the items you wish to export.

3) Follow the instructions listed in your chosen database to export your records. Ensure you select EndNote as the export option.

4) A new tab will open and EndNote will then import the records. To view your newly imported records click on the "MY REFERENCES" tab.

5) The imported records will be in the unfiled folder.

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