Answered By: Elizabeth McMunn-Tetangco
Last Updated: Feb 08, 2018     Views: 2861

In order to get citation information from articles found using Google Scholar (, enter your search terms and hit the search key.

From the search results page, click on the quotation marks under the article's listing (see below):

A box that looks like the one below will appear. From there, you can copy and paste the citation in MLA, APA,  Chicago, Harvard, or Vancouver, or you can click on one of the options beneath to import the citation into BibTeX, EndNote, RefMan, or RefWorks.


In the new RefWorks, you can also use the "Save to RefWorks" bookmarklet to capture multiple citations from Google Scholar. For more information on "Save to RefWorks", visit this FAQ.

Comments (4)

  1. Is it still like this (Feb/28), cause I can't see the cite link in my Scholar. I see only "Cited by" "Related articles" "All versions"..
    by xrs on Feb 08, 2018.
  2. Thanks for your comment! It looks like the "Cite" link has been changed to quotation marks. I have updated this FAQ entry with the new information.
    by Elizabeth McMunn-Tetangco on Feb 08, 2018.
  3. Vancouver style stopped appearing on the list after I had to uninstall Firefox. Is there any way I can get it back?
    by Nat Rosa on Apr 06, 2018.
  4. Thank you for your comment! I am still seeing Vancouver in both Chrome and Firefox. Maybe try refreshing or in another browser?
    by Elizabeth McMunn-Tetangco on Apr 09, 2018.

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