As with many research databases, the Wiley Online Library lets you export citations to plain text.
Here is a example for the article, The “Front Porch”: Examining the Increasing Interconnection of University and Athletic Department Funding (doi 10.1002/aehe.20023).
The plain text export has a vertical list of the fields with the citation specifics and other information. The fields (field names, metadata, other? - not sure what to call these) are denoted in two characters. In the example, the capital letters were shown in the export (e.g., TY) and the bracketed words are what I think the intended meanings are (e.g., TY = [type]).
TY [type] - JOUR [journal] AU [author] - Bass, Jordan R. AU [author] - Schaeperkoetter, Claire C. AU [author] - Bunds, Kyle S. TI [title] - The “Front Porch”: Examining the Increasing Interconnection of University and Athletic Department Funding JO [journal name] - ASHE Higher Education Report JA [journal name abbreviation] - ASHE High. Edu. Rept. VL [volume] - 41 IS [issue] - 5 SN [international standard serial number (similar to ISBN for a book)] - 1551-6970 UR [URL] - https://doi.org/10.1002/aehe.20023 DO [DOI] - https://doi.org/10.1002/aehe.20023 SP [start page] - 1 EP [end page] - 103 PY [publication year] - 2015 ER [electronic resource] -
Question: Have I assigned the correct meanings to SN and ER?