|From the BGSU Libraries' or OhioLINK catalogs|
|ALERT: These directions not working for OhioLINK Catalog on 4/23/12. Use alternate directions below.
You may also use the End-Note/RefWorks import and export that appears as an option in the catalog and as an alternate filter within RefWorks, but it may not import all data correctly for some citation styles.
Alternate Directions for OhioLINK Library Catalog
1. Open Refworks.
2. Choose Search>Online Catalog or Database
3. In the pop-up window, choose to search OhioLINK
4. Enter search terms
6. From result set, mark item to import
From EndNote version 8 or higher:
1. Log in to RefWorks
2. Select "References" - "Import EndNote V8 Database"
3. Click the "Browse" button and locate your EndNote .enl file
4. Specify a folder to import the references to (optional)
5. Click the "Import" button
From EndNote version 7 or lower:
1. In EndNote, go to the the "Edit" menu and select "Output Styles" and "Open Style Manager." Select "RefMan (RIS) Export." Close the Style Manager, go back to Edit, then Output Styles, and select "RefMan (RIS) Export" from the pulldown menu.
2. Highlight the references you want to export. Under the Reference menu select Show Selected (or Show All if you wish to export the entire database).
3. Under the File menu select "Export."
4. In the dialog box that appears, name your file and navigate to a location where you want to save your text file. Select "Text" as your Save As type and click "Save."
5. Go to RefWorks and select "Import" under the References menu.
6. In the Import Filter/Data Source pulldown menu, select "Desktop Biblio. Mgt. Software." In the Database menu, select EndNote. Use the Browse button to navigate to the text file you saved from EndNote and select it.
7. Click on Import.
From Reference Manager or Procite:
See RefWorks Help - Getting References Into Your Account - Converting From Other Bibliographic Management Programs.
First, set up the feature in Google Scholar.
Then import your references!
I am getting an error when I try to import citations.
- go to "Import"
- check that the "Import Filter/Data Source" and "Database" have been selected correctly.
I am having trouble importing from EBSCO.
You may find the following page helpful: Troubleshooting RefWorks and Ebsco Direct Export (created by the Libraries at UNLV, last updated 2006).
I am having trouble importing from ERIC.
You may find the following page helpful: Troubleshooting Refworks (by Bob Houdek, Ohio University, last updated 2009).
None of these solve my importing problems.
Usually saving your citations as text files and importing them from within RefWorks will solve most direct import errors. See RefWorks Help - "Getting References Into Your Account" for more information.
My database isn't listed in the RefWorks list.
For a complete list of databases with import filters, visit RefWorks’ list of Database Services Supported. If you do not find a filter for a particular database, you may request that RefWorks create one. While logged into your RefWorks account, click on "Help" - "Request" - "Import Filter" and fill out the form. Keep in mind that it may not always be possible to create a filter for a particular database. This decision is usually that of the database vendor and not RefWorks.
Where can I export my bibliographic information?
How do I export my RefWorks citations to EndNote, ProCite, or Reference Manager?
How do I export RefWorks cites in Latex/BibTeX format?
After you've input your citations into RefWorks