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How to Find Citation Formatters: Databases that Export Data

Databases Systems that Export Data to Formatters

Below are just a few of the subscription databases that export citations. Check to see whether your favorite one now has this feature.

  • EbscoHost 
    If you have purchased EndNote, ProCite, Reference Manager or RefWorks, or use the free version of EndNote or Zotero, Ebsco provides a means to directly upload citation details to it. After running a search, mark the articles you want by clicking on Add next to each citation. Click on Folder Has Items, and then on Export. Choose the program to export to and click on Save.
  • JSTOR Arts & Sciences I, II, III & IV 
    If you have purchased EndNote, ProCite, Reference Manager or RefWorks, or use the free version of EndNote or Zotero, JSTOR provides a means to directly upload citation details to it. After running a search, save the citations for all the articles you want by clicking on Save Citation in each record. Click on View Saved Citations. Select either the Directly export citations into EndNote, ProCite, or Reference Manager option or the Directly export citations into RefWorks option.

Note

Many Andersen Library databases, including those from the systems below, can export data to a purchased formatter. As always, use them with caution.

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