Endnote is a reference management software used to manage bibliographies and references when writing essays, articles, and presentations.
1. Sign up for an account.
2. Install the Endnote bookmark
Visit Options > Download Installers
3. Optional: Endnote Write and Cite for Word.
As you are researching, to save an article click the bookmark to capture the metadata on the page you are visiting.
Caution: The bookmark may not capture the metadata for the article but the website's title, author, date, etc.
From the Google Scholar results list > click on cite > Endnote. This will download a .enw file.
Open the .enw file in Endnote. Go to Collect > import references
Import the file with the import option set to "Endnote Import". The To field, allows you to group the citation into a folder.
Pro tip: Favorite the Endnote import to quickly add the next citations.
To cite articles from databases, look for words like "download citation" "export citation" "citation tools"
Most databases will have an option to export a .enw file. Follow the same steps as a Google Scholar citation.
Some databases have the citation as a different file type. (.ris .csv). When importing the citation to Endnote choose the most appropriate "import option" from the dropdown.
To create your Bibliography go to format > Bibliography
From this page, you can select which citations to include, which citation style, and what file format you want to download.