Answered By: Andrea Schulman
Last Updated: Dec 18, 2015     Views: 2238

RefWorks

Unfortunately, citations from Factiva must be entered manually in RefWorks

EndNote

To export references from Factiva to EndNote you must download a Factiva filter.  

To export your citations into EndNote:

  1. Run your search in Factiva and select your references.
  2. Select "Full article plus indexing" from the View as menu and click on the save icon .

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  3. The results will appear with field labels in a separate window. Save as a .txt file.
  4. Open EndNote, click on File (on the toolbar) and Import.
  5. Browse for your text file and select the Factiva filter.

  6. Import into your EndNote library.

Zotero

You can save articles from Factiva to Zotero by clicking the Zotero icon in your browser navigation bar; however, please note that the URL for the saved article will not take you back to the original article.