Currently, the 'Direct Export to EndNote Web' option is not working from CINAHL and other databases on the EBSCO platform (such as AMED and Business Source Premier).
Note that the same essential method can be used with most other databases: download ('export') an RIS file of selected results, then upload this file into EndNote Online using the Import option 'RefMan RIS'.
Now watch this Panopto video from the Academic Skills Centre, which includes sub-titles, or follow the instructions further down this page.
Carry out your search on CINAHL (or another EBSCO database such as AMED), then follow the steps below.
The following screenshots illustrate the export process.
Panopto video from Academic Skills Centre, University of Birmingham (includes subtitles).
Individual reference details can be entered manually.
Using the Collect tab you can manually enter reference details by clicking on New Reference.
Try adding this Journal Article reference (note, each author’s name must be added on a new line):
Spring, H and Adams, R. (2013) 'Learning and Teaching in Action'. Health Information and Libraries Journal 30 (4), pp.337-342.
The EndNote Bookmarklet Tool (Capture Reference) scans the bibliographic information presented on a webpage and creates a reference which you can save in either EndNote online or EndNote desktop.
Simply drag the bookmarklet to your toolbar and then use it subsequently when on a web page or other source you wish to save.
This will initially produce a login screen: enter your Web of Science / Endnote Online login details
Then a template pop-up will show on-screen: fill in the required details before saving the record to your Endnote Online account
Note: Multiple authors will be listed on one line - after you've imported your captured reference(s) you'll need to edit the author field and ensure each name is on a separate line and displays correctly (either first name last name OR last name, first name). Also, ensure the Reference Type has been picked up correctly - you can change this before you import or afterwards.