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Google Scholar: Exporting to EndNote and EndNote Online

A guide to the pros and cons of searching in Google Scholar and some of the features to help with searching.

Video exporting citations from Google Scholar to EndNote Online

Log in to your Google Scholar account in order to send multiple citations to EndNote Online.

Video exporting citations from Google Scholar to EndNote Desktop

Copyright

When using material that you find on Google or Google Scholar, including images, it is important to remember that copyright still applies.

Copyright is defined by the Copyright Licensing Agency (CLA) as: 

"Copyright is one of the main types of intellectual property. It allows the copyright owner to protect against others copying or reproducing their work." 

https://www.cla.co.uk/what-is-copyright

 

You must always reference sources correctly. Only re-use text or images where there is permission to do so and remember to reference the owner/author.

Check the Referencing LibGuide for more information.

 

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