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Fall '09 RefWorks and EndNote classes

The UC Berkeley Science Libraries are sponsoring many RefWorks and EndNote classes this semester. A complete schedule with details and locations is available on the Science Libraries @ UC Berkeley web site.   Here is a summary:

RefWorks: Sep 23, Sep 25, Oct 15, Nov 10 

EndNote: Oct 2, Oct 13, Nov 6

RefWorks is a web-based tool that allows users to create their own personal database by importing refworks gifreferences from text files or online databases. You can use these references in writing papers and automatically format the paper and the bibliography in seconds. Web-based means you can access RefWorks from any computer with Internet access. Access to Refworks is provided by the UCB Library to UCB students, staff, and faculty.

EndNote automates the creation of bibliographies. Writers can save hours of typing and interpreting endnote gifjournal and other style requirements by simply selecting the publication or style by name and generating a prefectly formatted document. The EndNote support site includes new and updated import filters and output styles to download. UCB students, staff, and faculty may purchase EndNote at a substantial discount from Scholar's Workstation at the Cal Student Store.

Find help, tutorials, exercise sets, and more for RefWorks and EndNote on the Public Health Library web site.

Sep 17, 2009 | Categories: Events and Workshops | msholinb

Compact for open access publishing equity

On Monday, five major research universities - including the University of California, Berkeley - announced a new Compact for Open Access Publishing Equity. The universities have each pledged to develop "durable mechanisms for underwriting reasonable publication charges for articles written by its faculty and published in fee-based open-access journals..." Besides UC Berkeley, the other participating universities are Cornell, Dartmouth, Harvard, and MIT.

This compact further shows UC Berkeley's interest in open access, already expressed through our Berkeley Research Impact Initiative, a pilot program to "subsidize, in various degrees, fees charged to authors who select open access or paid access publication."

For more information, check out the coverage in the Chronicle of Higher Education and Inside Higher Ed.

 Originally posted on the Science and Engineering Libraries News blog.

 

Sep 16, 2009 | Categories: News, Scholarly Communication | msholinb

New H1N1 Resources

New resources are now available on the Public Health Library's H1N1 Influenza web page:

EBSCO Publishing is making freely available information from DynaMed (a resource for clinicians), Nursing Reference Center, and Patient Education Reference Center on their Influenza Evidence-based Information Portal

In addition, the Report to the President on U.S. Preparations for 2009 H1N1 Influenza (pdf) was recently released by the President's Council of Advisors on Science and Technology.

Influenza A H1N1 (Swine Flu) Resources and FAQs from UCB's University Health Services was also recently updated.

Stay informed and be ready!

 

Sep 10, 2009 | Categories: News | msholinb

ESRI TV on YouTube: GIS How-To to You

 

ESRI, the makers of ArcGIS and many other GIS software products, have posted nearly 200 instructional and other videos on YouTube. Users can now view how-to information and demonstrations from anywhere without having to use the ESRI help file in the respective software.

Currently, topics include: ArcGIS Explorer, Public Works, and What's New in ArcGIS 9.3, among others. You can find all the videos on the ESRITV channel on YouTube.

Originally posted on the Earth Science and Maps Library News blog.

 

Sep 10, 2009 | Categories: New Resources, Tips and Updates | msholinb

How to move references from OskiCat to RefWorks

Oskicat, the new UC Berkeley library catalog is here! If you want to import the references you find in OskiCat into RefWorks, here's how:

  1. Search OskiCat
  2. Either:
    • If viewing a list of results, check the box to the left of each record you wish to add to RefWorks, then click Save Selected Records, or
    • If  viewing an individual item, click the Save Records button near the top of the window
  3. Click the View Saved button near the top of the window
  4. Click Export Saved
  5. Select EndNote/RefWorks under Format of List
  6. Select Screen under Send List To
  7. Click Submit
  8. Use your browser?s Select All function, then Copy
  9. Open another browser window and access your RefWorks Account. refworks logo
  10. Click References from the drop-down menu and select Import
  11. In the drop-down menu next to Import Filter/Data Source, choose Innovative Interfaces (EndNote/RefWorks Format)
  12. For Database, choose University of California, Irvine*
  13. In Import References into Folder, choose the desired folder, if you have already created a folder into which you want these references to import.  If not, make no selection here
  14. Select the radio button next to Import data from the following text.
  15. Put your cursor in the box below Import data from the following text and select Edit > Paste in your browser.
  16. Click Import
  17. All newly imported references appear in the Last Imported folder. Under View > Folders, select your folder to see the citations you just imported.  Also note the UC-eLinks icon next to each reference

*Note: As of Aug. 2009, RefWorks has not yet created a filter specifically for OskiCat/UC Berkeley; please select UC Irvine as a filter in the meantime.

 

Aug 28, 2009 | Categories: Tips and Updates | msholinb

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