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Import process

  1. Run search, mark results.
  2. Click the View Selections button.
  3. Choose format: Citation, Abstract, or Detailed record.
  4. Click the Download button and choose RIS, EndNote, Reference Manager as the output format.
  5. Click the Download button. A File Download window appears and you are asked: open or save this file?
  6. Choose Open and the marked references will automatically import into your open EndNote library. If there is not a library already open, you will have to designate which library to use.

EndNote live webinars

  • EndNote advanced Q&A session

    Tuesday, February 10, 2015
    10:00am - 11:00am
    Register on Webex

    This is an open question-and-answer session.  Please bring any advanced questions you have about EndNote, whether broad or detailed, and we will try to answer them for you.  A basic familiarity with using EndNote is required.  If you are a beginner, we suggest you first take one of our introductory classes.

  • EndNote advanced Q&A session

    Wednesday, February 11, 2015
    6:30pm - 7:30pm
    Register on Webex

    This is an open question-and-answer session. Please bring any advanced questions you have about EndNote, whether broad or detailed, and we will try to answer them for you. A basic familiarity with using EndNote is required. If you are a beginner, we suggest you first take one of our introductory classes.

  • EndNote basics for Web of Science users

    Tuesday, January 27, 2015
    2:00pm - 3:00pm
    Register on Webex

    EndNote integrates tightly with Web of Science. Learn about marking and saving citations, and leveraging other Web of Science features when generating citation lists.

Download EndNote (from campus network)

The university has a site license for the EndNote product and makes it available to all Virginia Tech faculty, staff, and students.

This product may be installed on any machines owned by the University. You may install it on personally owned machines if you are a graduate student, undergraduate student, faculty member or staff member of the University.

You have to be connected to the campus network, including the Virginia Tech VPN, to download EndNote  from the Software Distribution Office site. Once downloaded and installed, check periodically to see if there have been updates.