EndNote: Basic to Advanced.
When: Wednesday, March 2, 2011. 3:00-4:30pm & Wednesday, April 13, 2011. 3:000-4:30pm
Where: In 350C Moffitt Library.
This class will introduce you to EndNote; we will create libraries, import citations, generate bibliographies, add footnotes to your word doc and more. We will review filters including BibTeX, connection files, and modifying styles.
No sign-ups, drop-in; use your own laptop or our PCs with Endnote X4.
Bring your questions and problems~~ Susan Koskinen
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|Check out our new Book Jacket Exhibit on the bulletin board
near the Library front door. The books associated with the jackets - the "Exhibit Books" are displayed on the Library console. Holds are ok, until they come off the exhibit table.
Our NEW HOURS will begin on Tuesday, January 18 ~ the first day of classes.
We will be open: Monday-Thursday, 8am-7pm; Friday, 8am-5pm; Closed Saturday & Sunday.
The Physics-Astronomy Library will close at 5pm on Tuesday, December 21, 2010.
Holiday Hours: We will be closed from Wednesday, December 22 through Sunday, January 2, 2011.
Intersession hours: 11am-5pm, start on Monday, January 3rd through Friday, January 14, 2011.
Closed: Saturday & Sunday.
Check the UCB Library hours website for other libraries
Spring Semester hours will be:
Monday-Thursday: 8am-7pm; Friday: 8am-5pm; Saturday & Sunday: closed.
Representatives from Springer Publishing will be demonstrating Springer Materials.com; in the Chemistry Library from 2-3pm.
Springer Materials is the web interface to Landolt?Börnstein.
"The Landolt Bornstein project started with the first work published in 1883 by the physicist Hans Heinrich Landolt and the chemist Richard Börnstein.
Currently Landolt?Börnstein includes more than 180,000 pages in 55,000 online documents. Besides, it offers 120,000 figures,
more than 1 million literature references and 65,000 keywords to ease the direct access for users. Landolt?Börnstein also lists more than 72,000 element systems,
150,000 chemical substances, more than 530,000 substance-property pairs and nearly 1,5 million synonyms."
We have a subscription to this service, keeping us up-to-date with newly added data.
Please let me know if you have any questions,