Just to complete the hat-trick, I’ve added an option to export a .RIS file to EndNote…
Unfortunately, I’ve never used EndNote, so I’ve no idea if this will actually work! If anyone could test a few references and report back, it’d be much appreciated
Following on from the previous blog post about Zotero, I’ve added experimental support for exporting individual references in BibTeX format.
The option can be found in the reference options popup menu:
If you’re able to test this, please provide feedback to let us know if it’s working or not!
One of the eventual aims is to allow easy exporting from reading lists to reference management software, and also to support using reference management software as the tool for creating new lists.
To test support for exporting references to Zotero, I’ve just added OpenURL COinS records to each reading list. At present, this is only for books and book chapters, but we’ll add support for other reference types in due course.
If you use Zotero, we’d be really grateful if you could test exporting book and book chapter references, and let us know:
- does it work?
- are there any issues/problems/bugs you can spot?
…you can leave comments here or you can send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
There are a couple of limitations with using COinS that we’re aware of:
- it doesn’t support exporting notes
- it doesn’t support exporting URLs