Google Scholar has an integrated citation generator in its system to automatically produce citations for the sources it contains.
Google Scholar offers the option to cite the sources which appear on your result lists. To do so, use the double quotation marks ( ) that appear under each article.
Once you click the double quotation marks ( ) a pop-up window with several citations appears. Google Scholar supports five citations styles: MLA, APA, Chicago, Harvard, and Vancouver. Select the style you wish, copy, and paste the citation in your bibliography.
Google Scholar allows exporting citations in bibliographic managers. This may help you improve your citations in terms of accuracy and organize them within such a system. To export a citation on MyBib , which is a freely accessible citation generator, you have to follow the steps below:
If you wish to export more that one citations, to a citation generator, you should better save them in "My library", select them, and use the export icon ( ) from the top menu. Then select BibTex. The rest of the steps are the same for exporting one citation.
Google Scholar also allows you to export your citations to some fee based bibliographic managers like EndNote, RefMan, and RefWorks which are not available from our library.
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