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Importing from EBSCO Databases into Elements

Step 1

Go the EBSCO Databases web page.

Step 2

Choose database/s using the Choose Database link. Note: the above URL will only select the eBook collection.

Step 3

Perform your search

Step 4

Click on the folder icon of search results that you wish to download, which adds them to the EBSCO Folder.

Step 5

Once all results have been selected click on Folder at the top of the page.

Step 6

Click on Export on the right hand side of the screen.

Step 7

Select Direct Export in RIS Format (e.g. CITAVI, EasyBib, EndNote, ProCite, Reference Manager, Zotero).

Step 8

Click Save.

Step 9

Save file and note location.

Step 10

In Elements click on Menu, and then under the Manage menu click on Import.

Step 11

Click on Browse and save the file saved in step 6, then select Reference Manager/EndNote and click Upload.

Step 12

If everything looks Ok and there are no errors click on Import.

The imported publications will now appear in your Elements profile.

(Professor Ian Phau's details used with permission)