Endnote is an application that imports citations from your searches in web databases and helps you organize your references. It works with Microsoft Word helping you create in-text citations, footnotes, and bibliographies. There is also a version of Endnote on the web called Endnote Basic.
A webpage devoted to Endnote usage at UH Manoa, created and updated by Science & Technology librarians.
Steps to export references from SciFinder Scholar and import them into EndNote:
Zotero, a FireFox plugin, allows you to import citations directly from web-based indexes and webpages. You can also store documents (pdfs of articles downloaded) in your Zotero folder, usually located on your hard drive. Zotero works with Word and OpenOffice to generate citations in your document.
Mendeley a user friendly bibliographic management tool. You can export your citations from Mendeley as Endnote XML, then import into Endnote using the XML filter. To transfer the documents you've save in Mendeley, simply transfer the saved files in your Mendeley My Collection folder to the Endnote Data folder (into the pdf folder) --your citations with pdfs will then be imported. Mendeley works with OpenOffice and Word to create citations in your document. See the guide http://guides.library.manoa.hawaii.edu/mendeley for more information.
CiteULike is a web-based citation management tool that allows you to share your citations at different levels of privacy. You can associate full-text articles with your citations thus always having your library available to you when you use different computers. Compatible with Zotero and Endnote. CiteULike also works with Word and OpenOffice.
Steps to export references from SciFinder Scholar and import them into Mendeley: