How to import publications to NIRRA
As a member of NIRRA network you have the ability to add citations and resources to the network for use by all site visitors. There are two ways you can add citations to NIRRA's publications catalogue.
Method 1: After logging in with your NIRRA username and password to can navigate to the content creation panel in your member account menu. By clicking on the Publication link you may begin entering a publication citation.
Method 2: If you have a large library of citations to add to the NIRRA network's publications catalogue an import function is available. This function will allow you to upload many citations using a file from common citation library software.
Endnote: to upload files from your Endnote library you will first need to export your library from Endnote in an appropriate format.
1. In Endnote, select File >> Export.
2. In the "Save as file type:" field choose "XML". Save your Endnote library.
3. On the NIRRA network navigate to import.
4. Click "Choose File" and find your newly created XML file on your computer.
5. Click the "File Type:" select list and choose the appropriate file type.
6. Click "Import".
The system also supports imports from BibTex, MARC and RIS file types.
How to export/download a list of publications from the NIRRA network
1. Using the search and sort functions, produce a subsection of publications.
2. (Area 1 In the image below) To export the entire results list click the appropriate export format "Endnote, XML, BibTex" at the top right of the page.
3. (Area 2 In the image below) You can similarly export a single citation by clicking your desired export option next to the citation.
How to link a citation with your member profile
1. Log in to the NIRRA network and navigate to the citation of which you are an author/editor.
2. Click the "Edit" tab at the top of the citations page.
3. At the bottom of the citation form locate your username in the members list and using "Ctrl + click" (Windows) or "Apple + Click" (Mac) select yourself.
4. Save the citation.