EndNote Tip: Managing Journal Titles and Journal Title Abbreviations

April 29, 2010

Some databases import full journal names (Web of Science, Ovid); other import abbreviated titles (PubMed). EndNote keeps a running list of terms located in the Journal field. The list will become cluttered with full and abbreviated names and when you publish your bibliographies, the data will be inconsistent. This can be avoided by turning off the automatic updating of the journal terms list and importing a fairly comprehensive list of titles and abbreviations from EndNote.

Note: the journal term list is associated with a specific library. If you have multiple libraries, you will have to repeat the process for each.

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Library Workshops — Advanced EndNote for Postdoctoral Fellows and Graduate Students

April 29, 2010

Below are links for the Advanced EndNote instruction session for postdoctoral fellows and graduate students held April 29th and 30th from 11:30-1pm in Modular 90 Room 16 computer lab.

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Learn Advanced EndNote Features and Functionality. Get Your Questions on EndNote and Reference Manager Answered.

April 13, 2010

The Graff Library is hosting an educational opportunity to learn advanced features and functionality of EndNote and address specific questions you have about EndNote and Reference Manager. We’ve asked Douglas Nguyen, Thomson Reuters Customer Education Specialist, to teach Advanced EndNote and Reference Manager educational sessions on April 20th in the Graff Library Conference Room. Mr. Nguyen has been a trainer for about two years and before that was on the technical support team for five years.

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New Books

April 12, 2010

The following books were recently added to Graff Library collection. Check out our new “New Books” shelf near the library entrance! Read the rest of this entry »

Web of Science Training Day — Learn about Web of Science from the Comfort of Your Office

April 2, 2010

Be part of Web of Science Training Day from the comfort of your own office space. This guide will get you started:

  • Quick Reference — Six-page handout with screen shots of Web of Science. Covers searching, viewing the full record, accessing cited references, refining & analyzing, and personalizing the resource. Go through Web of Science with this step-by-step guide.

Web of Science is a database that has been accessible through the Graff Library for many years. Science Citation Index Expanded, the database that is searched via Web of Science, is a multidisciplinary index to the journal literature of the sciences. It fully indexes over 8,200 major journals across 150 scientific disciplines and includes all cited references captured from indexed articles.

For questions regarding Web of Science, contact Andrea Lynch, Scholarly Communication Librarian, at x60520 or alynch@coh.org.