Export from Google Scholar to EndNote
You can export a reference from Google Scholar directly into EndNote. EndNote will create a reference for the article, but with no attachment or URL. There are two methods for this: using the cite link or changing the settings.
1) Cite method
Go to the Google Scholar homepage (via Library homepage).
Conduct a search.
Click on Cite under the record:
Now select Import into EndNote:
2) Changing the settings method
In Google Scholar, go to your Settings page. If you are in a Google Scholar results page, click on the downward arrow and select Settings.
If you are in the Google Scholar homepage, click directly on . Once you are in the Google Scholar Settings page, under Bibliography Manager select Show links to import citations into EndNote and then click Save:
Now enter in your search. In the Google Scholar results page, click on the new link Import into EndNote: