Skip to Main Content
It looks like you're using Internet Explorer 11 or older. This website works best with modern browsers such as the latest versions of Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Edge. If you continue with this browser, you may see unexpected results.
Skip to main content

EndNote 20: Google Scholar

Introduction to EndNote 20, bibliographic citation management software.

Exporting from Google Scholar

  1. Navigate to Google Scholar from the Databases A-Z List.
  2. Before you conduct your search, in Google Scholar, click the Settings button at the top of the page. It may also appear on a left side menu. You may need to sign in to your Google account.

  3. Under the Bibliography manager setting, select the option to Show links to import citations into EndNote. Click the Save button.

  4. Conduct your search.
  5. Under each search result, you should see various links.  You can export indiividual citations by clicking Import into EndNote. Clicking this should import the resource to EndNote. You may be required to enter your EndNote login information.
  6. To export a group of citations, you should create a "Library" in Google Scholar.  Conduct your search, and click "Save" under the first citation that you want to save.  Click on  "+ Create New" and provide a name for your library that you'd like to save the citations in.
  7. To save the rest of the citations on that topic, click on "Save" and select the library that you'd like the citations saved in.
  8. To export a Google Scholar Library, click on "My Library" on the right hand side of your screen. 
  9. Select the library that you'd like to export, and then click on "Export all"  

Choose EndNote in the pop-up menu, then click "Open file". Your citations will be imported into EndNote.