Not all references can be found online, so you may need to enter some references manually.
To do this:
Note on authors/editors
The following PDFs outline which reference types to select and which fields to populate when using the Curtin EndNote styles:
Watch this video to see how to create manual references in EndNote.
Most databases now have the ability to export references into EndNote. Look out for terms such as Export, Direct export, Export to reference manager etc. You may need to look at the Help menu in the database for information on how to export your selected references.
The imported references will appear in a temporary window called Imported References. These references will disappear from here once a new set of references are imported or if the Library is closed. They will always remain under All References and under Unfiled until they have been assigned to a group.
To view the whole library, click on All References.
This video demonstrates exporting from ProQuest and ScienceDirect (and gives you tips for other databases too!).
It is important to preview your references to see how they appear in your chosen referencing style and ensure they match the correct formatting for the style.
To preview your reference:
To edit a reference:
You will often be required to edit your EndNote references, ensuring they display correctly for your chosen referencing style.
To export an individual reference:
To export multiple references:
To find duplicates:
If a reference that has already been cited in your document appears as a duplicate, it is better to leave the duplicate in the library to ensure that the reference record that has been cited in your paper is not deleted.