Some databases, such as PubMed and the OSU Catalog, will have you export your references to a file, which can then be imported into EndNote. See the Exporting Citations from Databases and Catalogs section of this guide for more information on how to create a citation file.
To import citation files into EndNote:
Some databases, such as CINAHL, give you the option of exporting citations directly into EndNote, allowing you to skip the above step. See the Exporting Citations from Databases and Catalogs section of this guide for more information on exporting references from databases.
"Capture Reference" is a tool that can be added to your browser's favorites bar to provide a shortcut for importing citations of webpages, but is often buggy when attempting to capture other citations.
To install the "Capture Reference" bookmarklet:
You may notice an "Online Search" tool in EndNote. It is a way to search databases and catalogs directly from the EndNote interface, however this is a very limited function. We recommend that you perform your searches directly in the databases for the most complete and accurate results.