Moving references from our databases (or GoogleScholar) is either a one step or a multiple step process. We recommend you start your search in the actual database interface and not through EndNote Basic.
For references you can't import from a database or website you can add them in one at a time using the form in EndNote Basic. On the Endnote Basic page, under Collect, select New Reference.
Importing references from Google Scholar works with all the import options available in EndNote Basic. We recommend using either the 'Import' option in Google Scholar or the 'Capture Reference' bookmarklet for the most consistent results (instead of the Firefox extension). Here are some tips for each option:
Using the Import function in Google Scholar
Using "Capture Reference" Bookmarklet
If you haven't already go to the Download Installers page in EndNote and follow the instructions to add the Capture Reference button to your toolbar. To use this function in Google Scholar:
Every reference in your library can be edited. To edit a reference:
References may contain incorrect data from the database - it is important to make the corrections in your Library before using the information for citations and bibliographies.
Organize your library in a way that fits your style. You can use one library (listed as "all my references") and keyword search to find items on different topics. If folders are a better method, you can create "groups" and move references into these as needed. All of your references can be viewed together under "all my references" or by folder under "my groups".