- Use the check-boxes to select citations for export.
- At the top of the list of results, click on Save citations .
- You will have to login to your JSTOR account (or set up an account, if you do not have a JSTOR account).
- After login, go to the top of the screen, click on MyJSTOR and select the option Saved Citations .
- This will display the list of saved citations. Select the ones which you wish to export and click on Export article citations .
- When the new screen appears, click on the EndNote option.
- When prompted, Open the file.
- Select the EndNote library where you wish to save the references.
- The references will import automatically.
Saving and importing records - use this method for EndNote 7 or earlier
Note: Before importing records from JSTOR first download the filter from: http://www.lib.unimelb.edu.au/endnote/filters.html
- Conduct a search in JSTOR
- Select the citations you want to export - either click on the Save Citation link below each citation or click on Save All Citations on this Page
- Click on View Saved Citations
- On the Saved Citations screen select "as a text file" in Citation-manager format, then click Export
- A new window will open. Select File and Save As. Make a note of the location and filename you choose. (Note: Users with Windows XP Service Pack 2 may experience problems downloading references from JSTOR. At the Saved Citations screen, for the Export Citations option, select In a New Window. )
- Open your EndNote library
- From the File menu, select Import
- Click on Choose File
- Select Other Filters
- Scroll down list and select JSTOR
- Highlight JSTOR and select Choose
- Click on Import
- Proof-read imported references for quality
- From References menu, select Show All to amalgamate references into your Library