Using Bibliographic Management Software (EndNote, Procite, ...)
Bibliographic management programs such as EndNote, ProCite, or RefWorks allow you to save and organize your citations into a database of your own. It is recommended that you search within each library database and then either save your citation list as a text file, or export it directly to your program. If you choose to export, you must be using the same computer on which you have your software installed.
Our most frequently used vendors' databases offer the following options:
|EBSCO||→||Direct export to manager software, or save as a file type that can be then be imported.|
|FirstSearch||→||The Export icon lets you export citations into EndNote and Refworks, or save them as a text file that can be imported.|
|Ovid/SilverPlatter||→||Save citations, making sure that you add the extension .txt
Text file can then be imported to software.
|ProQuest||→||Export directly to ProCite, EndNote, Reference Manager, or RefWorks. Also can save as compatible file that can than be imported.|
|Wilson||→||Under Print/Email/Save, the Save options allow you to Export to Bibliographic Software, or save as a plain text file which can then be imported.|