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Associate Librarian and Scholarly Services Librarian

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Yen Tran
Lemieux Library Second Floor iDesk
Subjects: Education, Social Work

Citation/Bibliography Manager

Adding a Citation Manager to Google Scholar Search Results

Adding sources you found in Google Scholar to a citation manager such as RefWorks is easy in Google Scholar. First, you have to change your Google Scholar settings.


1. From Google Scholar, go to your settings by clicking on the three horizontal lines in the upper left hand corner and select "Settings"

Google Scholar Settings

2. Under "Bibliography Manager", select "Show links to import citation into" and the bibliography/citation manager that you use. If you use one that is not listed, choose BibTeX. Save the change.
Google Scholar Citation Manager Settings

4. Now when you look at your Google Scholar search results, you will see a link for importing the citation to your bibliography/citation manager.