Note: The Online Search option under the Collect tab provides a list library catalogues and some databases for searching. However, we suggest that you either use AUT Library Search or library databases/Google Scholar to search for resources.
Enter references manually
Like the EndNote desktop version, there are a number of ways to add references into your EndNote Online Library.
Direct export from library databases
Direct export from Web of Science
Note: EN preceding the article in the results list indicates it is already in your library
Importing references from other databases
Example: importing a file (an EndNote file .enw) from Google Scholar:
If you use both EndNote desktop and EndNote Online, EndNote Online is not your first option to import/manually enter references to your library. Using your desktop library to import or manually add references is suggested. You can then sync your desktop library with your EndNote Online library.
Note: References created this way often have missing information. Always check and edit references to ensure they reproduce correctly.