Searching Web Resources
Some of the online resources in Citavi can also be searched through a Web browser. Additionally, there are online resources that cannot be added to Citavi for legal or technical reasons.
However, many Web-based online resources allow you to export your results directly to a reference management program. The name of the feature varies by database: Save to Reference Software, Export to Citation Manager, Download Selected Citations, and Import to EndNote are just some examples. In all of these cases, you can export your search results into Citavi.
Citavi includes import filters for standard formats — RIS, BibTeX, and ENW (EndNote Tagged) — as well as custom import filters tailored to many individual online resources.
- How do I import results from a web-based online resource that offers an export in RIS, BibTeX or EndNote format?
- How do I import resutls from a web-based online resource that offers an export in an unknown format?
- How can I use the Pickers for Fireforx, Internet Explorer and Chrome to more quickly import search results?