Answered By: Cindy Schmidt Last Updated: Aug 21, 2018 Views: 344
There is a very satisfactory work-around that you can use when Scopus' direct export goes down.
Start by downloading a RIS format file:
- Select the Scopus records of interest and click on "Export." The export options will appear in a drop-down box.
- Select the "RIS Format" .
- Choose the "Specify Fields to be Export" option in the "Choose Information to Export" menu.
I recommend that you retain the "Citation information" selection and also select all options under "Other information", "Bibliographical information", and "Abstract and Keywords".
4. Click the "Export" button.
5. A file names something like "scopus.ris" will be saved to your downloads file, or, you may be offered the chance to name and select a location for the file.
Upload the saved file to your RefWorks account:
- Click the "Import" link in the "Quick Access" box on the right-hand side of the RefWorks window.
When the "Import References" screen appears, select the "RIS Format" "Import Filter/Data Source" and the "RIS Format UTF-8" "Database."
3. Click "Browse" and locate the file you downloaded earlier. It is probably in the "Downloads" folder and is probably named "Scopus.ris".
4. Make any desired folder selections and click the "Import" button.