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How do I export a citation from an EBSCO journal article?

Databases are a frequent citation source for many EasyBib users. We have partnered with several databases to allow easy exporting of journal citations; this help desk article will demonstrate how to directly export a citation from an EBSCO journal article. 
  1. Look up the article you wish to cite on the EBSCO database.
  2. On the far right of the article abstract/record page, click the Export button
  3. Select Direct Export to EasyBib from the presented list. 
  4. Choose whether or not you wish to import the abstracts along with the citation by clicking the appropriate circle, and click the Import button below the choice to import the citation to EasyBib.
 
Congratulations! Your citation from EBSCO has now been imported into a new project and can be used similarly to any other citation stored on EasyBib.
 

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