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You can now export multiple citations from Google Scholar

You can now export multiple citations from Google Scholar if you have a Google Account.

  • Go to Google Scholar and sign into your Google Account.
  • Conduct your search.
  • Click on the Star icon (Save) under each reference you want to export.
  • Then click on My Library in the top, right of the screen.
  • Select all the references and click on the Export option:

Click the Star/Save Icon

Choose Export Option

To Export into EndNote

  • Choose the EndNote option.
  • Open the EndNote file that is created.
  • The references should automatically import into EndNote.

To Export into RefWorks

  • Choose the RefMan option.
  • Save the RIS file that is created.
  • Login to your RefWorks account.
  • Click on the plus (+) button.
  • Choose Import References.
  • Add the RIS file you just saved.
  • Set the file import option to RIS - Reference Manager.
  • Click import and your references will be imported.

Good Practice Tip: Always check that all the reference information you need has been imported - e.g. for a journal article =  author, title, journal name,. volume, issue, page numbers. If it has not then edit your record in EndNote or RefWorks to add any missing/incorrect information.

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