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Searching for References

 

  • You can search some databases directly from within EndNote. Of the databases you've studied so far, you can search directly in PubMed and Web of Knowledge.
  • You can select the database you want to search from the list on the left side of the screen.
  • Because the same people who made EndNote also made Web of Knowledge, you can access that. PubMed is a free database so that is available. Any of the university catalogs are also available (although those will mostly find books).

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  • Commercial databases, although listed, are unavailable from within My EndNote Web because of technical configurations created by the developer of the application.
  • Once you've selected the database, EndNote creates a search menu.
  • You can select which field to search on from the pull-down menu next to the search box.

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  • Once you've entered all the terms you want to search, click on the button labeled "Search".

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  • Once you've gotten your results, you can access the records by clicking on the title.

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