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Google Scholar: Saving and Exporting Citations

Saving and Importing Citations

1) Go to your Google Account and log in. If you do not have a Google Account, you can still export your citations, but you cannot save them to your Google Library.

Once you have logged in, your account should appear on the upper right portion of the screen. Make sure to confirm that you are logged in.

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If you want to export your articles/citations, click on the Kabob Icon and then the "Settings" link on the main Google Scholar page.

 

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On the settings page, in the search results sections, go to "Bibliography Manager" section and click the option to show links to import citations, and then choose your preferred citation manager. Don't forget to choose to save!

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You are now ready to search. Type in your search terms and view the results. Note that you can: 1) See how many times an article has been cited in Google Scholar and link to those articles 2) Find Related Articles 3) See different versions of the articles 4) See if the article is available through ECU Libraries.

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In order to import into a citation manager, you will have to activate the proper button in "Settings" under the Kabob Icon (See the Tab 3 & 4). Once activated, simply choose the appropriate link

You can also save articles to your to your Google Library by logging in to your Google Account and simply hitting the star link to the left of the quotation mark.

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Once you are finished saving relevant articles to your Google Library, you can access it by clicking on the "My Library" link.

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Once you save the articles that interest you, you can access them in your Google Library. Note that in "My Library" you can select articles to 1) Edit the bibliographic Information 2) Delete them 3) Export them 4) Create labels for them.undefined