This post is in response to inquiries from Education graduate students who use the web-based RefWorks citation management solution for harvesting journal citations, but would like to ultimately have their citations reside in the desktop-based EndNote software. Presuming you are familiar with RefWorks, we will proceed from the point at which you have collectied citations in a specific RefWorks folder, and are prepared to export them to a text file on your desktop for later use with EndNote.
ENDNOTE and RSS feeds presentation
Downloading citations from Knovel into ENDNOTE or Refworks
Provided by the Drexel University Office of Information Resources & Technology (please follow download instructions provided by IRT), EndNote is a desktop-based tool for building your own personal citation collection. The web-based tool EndNote Web is also accessible through this product. EndNote allows users to import citations, utilize in-text citation style, and create bibliographies in a variety of citation styles.
Seminar on how to use ENDNOTE successfully.
Thomson Reuters Forums provides a place for users to discuss support topics and learn. For example, ENDNOTE forums may provide answers to your questions are facing dealing with your bibliography while using various electronic database.