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You can connect directly to various Internet resources (databases and library catalogues) using EndNote's Online search feature. This connection can be made to any resource which uses the Z39.50 computer protocol standard.
Using this feature gives you the opportunity to use a resource through the EndNote search interface and bring the references directly into EndNote. It is quick because you do not have to go through the steps of finding the resource on your web browser, exporting or downloading data to a file and then importing references to EndNote.
However, you need to be aware that the advanced and sophisticated searching techniques and other enhancements offered by web-based databases or catalogues may not be available to you when you are using connection files and this may affect the quality of the search results you get.
Although EndNote supplies hundreds of connection files to databases, many of these will not work for Oxford Brookes users either because the Library does not have a subscription to the database or because the connection file is pointing to a server to which we do not have access. At the moment, we know that the following database connection files in EndNote will work:
Available catalogues include: