This guide has been designed to help users who want to add citations from Emerald into their bibliographic software such as EndNote, Reference Manager, RefWorks or Procite.
The first part of the guide details the process required to add and review your search results and how to add these citations to your "Marked Lists". You need to save your marked list before importing these citations into your bibliographic software.
The second part of the guide details the process used to import the records into bibliographic software such as EndNote or Reference Manager using an import filter for Emerald available from ISI ResearchSoft. These filters have to be installed for older versions of the software but should be included in to future versions as they are released.
We realize this is not the most obvious way for users to import citations into their bibliographic software and we intend to improve this service in the near future.
Before you can create a marked list you must first set up an Emerald profile (if you have not already done so). To register your profile simply click on “Register” in the top right hand corner of the Emerald web page and then complete and submit the form presented to you.
Once you have logged in with your Emerald profile login details, click the “Marked Lists” option from the left hand menu or from “Your Profile” page. Enter the name you have chosen for your ‘Marked Lists’ and click ‘Add’ (see image below).
If you now continue as you would normally to search for articles of interest, you will see a drop-down list at the top of your search results page (see image below).
Note: You can browse directly to individual articles and add them to your marked list from the individual document information page (see below).
On the "Marked Lists" page, select a list to work with from the drop-down menu. You have the chance to review your marked lists here (see image below).
Once you are happy with your list, click on "Export options". You will then be provided with 4 options to manage your chosen citation list.
When you click the "export to RefWorks" option you will be directed to the RefWorks login center (examples below).
Simply log in with your RefWorks login details and your chosen Mark List will be imported into RefWorks (see below).
Click on "View Last Imported Folder" option to view the Marked List you have just imported (see below).