Most databases and Google Scholar have a Direct Export function that will export a reference from a database into your EndNote library.
To direct export a reference from EBSCO databases:
Export option for other Library databases:
Bloomsbury Food Library: (Citation>Export RIS file).
Emerald database: ('Download as RIS' above search results).
Food Studies Online database (Alexander Street Press): (Cite>Export List>EndNote).
IBISWorld: add reference manually or see 'Create a reference from a webpage'.
Informit databases: ('Export Citation' option within a record and select 'EndNote').
Knovel e-books: ('Citation' option within a record and 'Export as EndNote').
Proquest databases: ('Cite', then select 'RIS...').
Proquest Central ebooks: ('Cite book', then EndNote option).
Taylor & Francis databases: ('Download Citations' above search results).
ClickView & Kanopy videos: add reference manually or see 'Create a reference from a webpage'.
If the name of an author, title or any other information imports in ALL CAPS:
The exported references will appear in the Downloads folder. Drag and drop the file into the EndNote icon on the dock.