For those who use EndNote, version X6 added an important new feature to the program, reference synching. This option allows you to synchronize the references in your desktop EndNote library with those in EndNote Web. You can also sync multiple EndNote desktop libraries via EndNote Web. This video tutorial from the Yale Medical Library demonstrates the syncing … Continue reading Reference synching with EndNote X6
This post was originally posted on the Public Health - Research & Library News blog here. Mendeley now lets you edit (aka customize) an exisiting bibliographic output style, so that if the style you need isn’t available in Mendeley, you can easily create the style you need. Since this can be a nitpicky process, the Taubman Health … Continue reading Edit Output Styles in Mendeley
Mendeley now lets you edit (aka customize) an exisiting bibliographic output style, so that if the style you need isn't available in Mendeley, you can easily create the style you need. Since this can be a nitpicky process, the Taubman Health Sciences Library has published a step-by-step handout that takes you through the process step-by-step. You can … Continue reading Mendeley – Editing an output style
The Taubman Health Sciences Library is offering a free workshop on using EndNote. In EndNote Basics for Researchers, you'll learn how to import references from online resources, organize your personal database, and insert and properly format citations and bibliographies. Date: April 18 Time: 9:00am - 10:30am Location: Taubman Learning Center, 2802 Med Sci II Sign up … Continue reading Workshop – EndNote Basics for Researchers
I won't spend a ton of time here going into the (many) reasons why Mendeley is so phenomenal, because I"m pretty sure that just 1 fact will be enough to convince you: drag & drop. Let's say you have a PDF of that perfect article (or 10) for the paper you're writing: With Mendeley, all you … Continue reading What’s Mendeley? And Why You’re Going to Love It.
Need to learn how to use EndNote? Need to learn about grant writing for NIH grants? The Taubman Health Sciences Library provides free workshops on these and other topics. Find a complete list of THL workshops and register here.
The library recently upgraded its website, which has led to a problem. For the moment, ArticlesPlus, our federated search engine, is not exporting references to RefWorks consistently. We're working on a solution and hope to have this problem resolved soon.
Have you ever wanted to create a dropdown list of keywords that you could apply to your EndNote references? Do you need to have access to more forms of journal titles (full and abbreviations) without editing each reference record? EndNote has a solution--term lists! We've added 2 videos to our Citation Managment research guide to take you … Continue reading Term lists in EndNote
Do you import references that you have in hand by looking it up in a database and using the Export/Save link on the MGet It menu? Stop! There's a better, easier way to import references to EndNote that will get you more complete information into the bargain. In addition to only bringing in basic information, … Continue reading EndNote Questions Answered – Importing references using the Save/Export link on the MGet It menu
Want to know more about the free citation management programs that you can use to organize your references (& so much more)? Come to this workshop from the Taubman Health Sciences Library to learn about your options: Mendeley, RefWorks, and Zotero. Date: Monday, Nov. 5 Time: 10:00-11:30 Location: 2615 Crossroads SPH I Cost: Free Register … Continue reading Featured Workshop – Three for Free! Citation Management Software Options