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EndNote: From Google Scholar

Help page for EndNote bibliographic management software

Method 1: Steps to Import from Google Scholar

*Note that you can only export one article at a time from Google Scholar to EndNote. 

In Google Scholar, look for the Cite tool as shown in the image below.

Google Scholar Cite Tool


Then, select EndNote at the bottom of the pop-up window.


EndNote Cite Tool

Method 2: Configure Google Scholar to send references to EndNote

An alternative method will display an Import into EndNote link under each reference in Google Scholar.

Click on the three horizontal bars in the upper left-hand corner, and then click Settings.



Check the radio button next to "Show links to import citations into," and select EndNote from the drop-down list.



An "Import to EndNote" link will appear under each citation.


Best Practices

EndNote is best used as a software with the Microsoft Word App/Desktop Version. To use EndNote most effectively, we recommend: 

  • Begin a document in Word online in OneDrive â€‹

  • Close the online document and open it in the Word App/Desktop version on your desktop​

  • Use the Word App/Desktop version to utilize EndNote's Cite While You Write feature