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EndNote Guide: Library Catalogue - downloading or online search

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EndNote X8 for MAC OS X

EndNote X8 for Windows

The current version is EndNote X8. Once you have installed the download from this page you will get automatic prompts when updates are available. You will be asked for your UC login.

Additional Files

The Library provides some modified and additional Filters, Connection, and Styles files which are useful for this University.

 Note that any zipped files need to be 'unzipped' i.e. right-click and choose the extract command.

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Getting Records from the Library Catalogue

There are two methods you can use: download records from MultiSearch or Online Search within EndNote

Method 1. MultiSearch

After executing a search on MultiSearch, refine your search with Items in the library catalogue and if appropriate also the content type  Book / eBook.

Follow these instructions to download records to EndNote.

Method 2. Online Search

Open EndNote first

First-time users need to go to Tools > Online Search on the top toolbar. (It is recommended that Online Search Mode is chosen first; click the button at the top left of the screen )

Repeat users should click the Online Search Mode button at the top left of the screen , and will find a link to the University of Canterbury catalogue in the Online Searchmenu area on the left. You can access the catalogue from there

First time users

  • In EndNote, select Online Search Mode mode by clicking the button at the top left of the screen 
    • Online Search Mode ensures downloaded references are stored temporarily, allowing you to view references without affecting your library
  • Go to Tools > Online Search on the top toolbar
  • A drop-down menu will appear. Click the U Canterbury | Library Catalogs or Library Catalogue | University of Canterbury and click the Choose button
    • Note: do not choose "Canterbury Christ Church U" connection, as that is the catalogue of another university
    • If you cannot find U Canterbury in the drop-down list, you can get the connection file from the connections.zip link in step 2 on this page and save it to your EndNote connections file folder (as detailed in the instructions on that page)

  • A search screen will appear; enter your search terms 

     

  • A Confirm Online Search dialogue appears. You can choose to download all records, just a subset, or Cancel and refine your search terms and parameters
  • Select the records you want to import into your library (Hint: use Ctrl+a to select all records), then click the Copy to Local Library button at the top of screen  to import the records
  • You can continue with further searches on the Library catalogue if you wish. When finished with searching the Library catalogue, click the Integrated Mode button at the top of screen  , and click OK to discard all the online references
  • To remove the Search boxes, click the Hide Search Panel button at the top right of screen

University Library
University of Canterbury
Private Bag 4800
Christchurch 8140

Phone: +64 3 369 4888 (ext 94888)
Email
library@canterbury.ac.nz

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