You must first configure Google Scholar. Go to Google ( http://scholar.google.com) and select Scholar Settings , then scroll down to Bibliography Manager and click on the radio button Show links to import citations into: Click on the pulldown menu and select EndNote. Click on the box Save.
- Once you have done your search, you should see Import into EndNote. Click on "Import into EndNote", then choose to
Note you have to download Google Scholar filter and save it in Applications\EndNote X7\Filters before you can import into EndNote. The filter is available at http://www.lib.ucdavis.edu/dept/instruc/research/endnote/files/googlescholar.enf . , then select GoogleScholar filter, the record should automatically go to your EndNote Library
- A. If that does not work, you can choose Save File or Download File to your computer depending your browser. Normally the file should appear in your Downloads folder.
B. Open your EndNote Library, click on File>Import, then select the scholar.enw file you have downloaded and then choose googlescholar as the Import Options (see below), then click on Import, then you should see the reference in your EndNote Library.