The most basic way to enter a reference is by typing it in. Click References menu / New Reference. Remember to enter multiple author names on separate lines. Seperate them using the return or enter key. Press Tab to move between fields.
You can enter author names either last name first with a comma ("Smith, Jane") or first name first ("Jane Smith").
Tip: When entering a corporate or institutional author name like "Georgia Institute of Technology" or "Centers for Disease Control", enter a comma after the name. This will prevent EndNote from inverting or abbreviating the name as it would for an individual author's.
This video shows how to search from directly within EndNote.
Use this method to directly send references from Web of Science to EndNote. Many other databases work in similar ways when directly importing or exporting references to EndNote from the database. If there are any questions, please see the help section listed in the upper right-hand box.
Search the database via the web interface as you normally would. Select the references you want, then save or export them. Every database works a little differently, so check here for instructions for a particular database.
Most databases can export to EndNote with these general steps:
Not all databases offer the direct export option. For those that don't you can use EndNote's import filters to transfer the reference data into your EndNote library. Here's how: