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PLUG-IN - Cite While You Write
You can share groups of references with other users, including users at other institutions. However, access to shared groups is read only, so other users cannot modify a group you share. To share a group
EndNote Web is a Web-based service designed to help students and researchers through the process of writing a research paper. Web of Knowledge, Web of Science, EndNote, and EndNote Web are designed to work seamlessly together and streamline your research. Students and researchers can use EndNote Web to organize their references for citing in papers.
ENDNOTE WEB Provides a way for you to...
• Quickly and easily collect reference information from a wide variety of online data sources such as PubMed and Web of Knowledge via direct export, online search, or importing text files.
• Store up to 50,000 references in your own password-protected library, accessible anywhere that you have internet access.
Share references with other EndNote Web users to simplify collaboration.
Easily transfer references to or from EndNote on the desktop.
• Cite While You Write in Microsoft Word to insert references and format papers instantly.
To create an RIS file from EndNote Web, select items from your library and click on the button labeled Copy to Quick List. Choose the Format tab and then Export References. For References, choose Quick List, then for Export Style choose RefMan(RIS) Export. Click Save and then select the location on your computer where the file is to be saved and give it a name.
Use that file to subsequently upload the citations into Sakai:
to find the file.
Note: In some instances, when the citations originate from a Library database, the entire article is made available online in Sakai.
Additional information on loading RIS files into Sakai is available from this Web site:
For assistance using Sakai, please contact the IT Support Center.