Citation managers are great tools for organizing your library research - using one is highly recommended for graduate students. University Libraries supports EndNote, but you may choose a different one. This page is mostly about EndNote with a little information about Zotero.
For more information about different citation managers, see the Citation Manager Guide.
To compare different Citation Managers, see this guide by University of California Irvine Libraries.
Some databases will let you export from your search directly into EndNote, some databases will require you to export them and then import them into EndNote.
If you prefer Zotero, see this X (formerly Twitter) thread for some great support.
From Google Scholar:
From Start Your Research and other databases:
Some databases allow you to import citations directly into EndNote Web. Other databases will require you to download files and import them into EndNote Desktop or EndNote Web. Please note! Whatever export option you choose for download has a specific file type associated with it. When you import it into EndNote, you must choose that file type to import.
Other databases have other options for downloading research results. You may need to download in a different file format, save it, and then upload it to EndNote in that file format.
Exporting EndNote citations in BibTeX:
Exporting Zotero citations in BibTeX:
Need it as a .bib file?
FOR MORE INFORMATION: See Overleaf's information regarding BibTex and bibliographies.
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