Export your references
To export the 10 records that appear when you do any search on Globethics.net Library, click on the "Export" button on the top right, as shown on the image below. A dropdown with the various formats: BibTex, EndNote, RefMan, and CSV will display.
Each of these formats generates a file with the respective file extensions, appropriate to the format, BIB for BibTex, ENW for EndNote, RIS for RefMan, that can be downloaded and imported in the Reference Management System of your choice.
The CSV file is a comma-separated table that can be opened with Excel and contains the full metadata of each record.
Import your references in Zotero
If you use Zotero
, an open source Reference Manager, you can either choose the BibTex (BIB) or RefMan (RIS) file format to import your selected references.
Open the Zotero library and execute the exported BIB or RIS file with the Zotero application, as shown below.
As a result you will see your 10 records imported on your Zotero folders with the same name as exported BIB or RIS file, like you see in the image.
You can also save the export file first on your computer, and then import it in your Zotero library, as shown in the image.
You can also import only a selected number of records from all the results. In this case, click on the 'Export' button on the top right and select the 'Selective Export' option from the dropdown menu. Then you proceed as described in 'Export your refereces'.
Sharing your references
If you want to share a single item through e-mail or social media channels, you need to go to the various options displayed on the bottom right of the item page. There you will find the buttons to share through Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter and via e-mail. If you use another social media channel, click on the third green button, you will discover more channels.
Recommendation when you export your references
Use the RIS format, as its metadata is more fully represented in Zotero, and this format can also be used with other Reference manages, e.g. Citavi and Mendeley.
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