Endnote Web is a Web-based reference management tool that allows you to create a personal database of up to 10,000 references by importing citations from online databases or text files. You can organize references into folders, and quickly and easily create and format bibliographies using a wide choice of citation styles.
Endnote Web is provided free of charge to Marquette students and faculty as part of our subscription to Web of Science. If you don't have a personal Web of Science account, you can sign up for an Endnote Web account at myendnoteweb.com.
You must be on campus in order to create an account. Once registered, you can access your Endnote Web account from on or off campus. You will need to login while on campus at least once every twelve months in order to maintain your account.
Before you begin using Endnote Web, or if you have a question while you're using it, you might try the EndNote Web help sources below:
You may also contact the Raynor Library Information Desk for assistance: http://www.marquette.edu/library/askus/
In EndNote Web select the Format tab, then Export References.
Under the References drop-down select All References in My Library (or whatever group you wish).
Under the Export style drop-down select RefMan (RIS) Export.
A dialog box appears for you to select the location where you want to save the file. Type a file name and select a location for importing into RefWorks. Click Save.
In RefWorks, select References, Import.
Select Desktop Biblio. Mgt. Software as the import filter/data source and Reference Manager (RIS Format) as the database.
Browse to locate the RIS file you saved to your computer.
Your records should automatically appear in the Last Imported folder.