There are three ways to collect citations for Endnote:
NOTE: Google Scholar tends to have unreliable metadata, meaning that you probably have to do a lot of editing to make citations you get from there usable.
NOTE: Like PubMed, Google Scholar’s export functionality for multiple records requires you to perform multiple steps. However, unlike PubMed, Google Scholar has no bulk select tool, so you will have to select each article you want manually.
Also note that before you begin this process for a new search, make sure you’ve cleared the results of your last search from your library.
NOTE: With this option, you may notice some inconsistencies in your spreadsheet, where fields appear in the wrong column, or references run into two rows. To fix: