Manage References, PDFs, & Bibliographies
Configure EndNote 9 to use Lane's FindIt@Stanford
One-time set up in EndNote works for all of your EndNote libraries and article references, regardless of whether they are from PubMed or other databases.
- In EndNote, select Edit » Preferences
- Select "OpenURL"
- Check "Enable OpenURL"
- Type "http://sfx.stanford.edu/local"
- In the "Arguments"", change "ISI:WoS" to "ISI:endnote"
- Click "OK"
Access FindIt@Stanford menu
- Open EndNote Library
- Double-click "References"
- Select "OpenURL Link"
- The FindIt@Stanford menu opens as a popup browser window
How To Cite a Website
Format Multi-Part Name
Place a double-comma after the first part of the name, and single commas after each subsequent parts:
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services,, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Environmental Health
Appears in Endnote as
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Environmental Health
There is no way to "drag and drop" the unformatted references into EndNote. Instead, pull the references directly into an EndNote library