Select the article title that you are interested. Select the tools hyperlink, then Download Citation. Select BibTeX from the Format combo box or dropdown. Select the Download button.
Citations can be exported from any Article or Conference Paper Details screen using the Cite hyperlink. Select the BibTeX hyperlink from the popup screen.
The easiest way to collect citations from an EBSCO database is to use the Folder View screen. Place publications in your folder using the folder icon.
When you are finished, go to Folder View screen, select records to export and press the Export button.
Next, select the radio button beside Citations in BibTeX format in the Save citations to a file formatted for: section, then press the Export button.
Some examples of databases that use the EBSCO interface are:
Select the items from the results list, then select the Export dropdown menu, then select the Citations tab. Select the radio button beside BibTeX, then select the Export button.
Selected citations can be exported in RIS format from any Search Results screen using the Download Results button. In the File Type section, select Citation (.ris) from the combo box or dropdown.
RIS can be converted to BibTeX format automatically if you are using JabRef. If you use Mendeley or Zotero, you can create a .bib database automatically. Zotero requires the Better BibTeX extension.
Selected citations can be exported in BibTeX format from any Search Results Screen by selecting Export, then BibTeX from the dropdown menu.
BibTeX is an option when using Web of Science only. When searching all the databases in Web of Knowledge, BibTeX is not an option. Citations can be exported from the Marked List screen as well.