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Direct export

Direct export instructions for EndNote

Introduction

References can be downloaded from Primo Search, most Library databases and Google Scholar.   The process varies from databases to database and is influenced by your choice of browser.  The instructions provided in this are based on a Windows computer using Google Chrome, but can be extrapolated for other browsers and Macintosh computers. 


Macintosh users: Please note that the default Safari browser doesn't directly export to EndNote.


Always check records exported to EndNote to ensure they are complete and accurate, e.g. author names, titles in sentence case, page numbers, and DOI included if available.  Use the EndNote Preview option to ensure that each record is correct for the selected referencing style.

Step-by-step instructions for Primo Search, the most commonly used Library databases and Google scholar are provided in this guide.