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Manage Citations with F1000Workspace
Posted On: Wednesday, March 27, 2019 - 08:14 by Sarah Cantrell
The Library subscribes to F1000Workspace, a bibliographic management and literature discovery tool that allows you to create and organize a library of citations, connect to new literature, and collaborate more efficiently. Unlike many other citation management tools, F1000Workspace works well in the cloud and allows for group citing and editing of manuscripts via Google Docs (similar to Zotero).
Ready to create an account?
- Go to F1000Workspace
- Click "Create a free account now"
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EndNote X9: New Tools and Updates
Posted On: Tuesday, November 20, 2018 - 10:39 by Jordan Wrigley
X9, the latest upgrade of EndNote, has added some key features including enhanced sharing abilities, a Manuscript Matcher, new electronic media reference types, and a citation report creator. Here is an overview of the major additions to the program.
Library Sharing: Permissions can now be defined for individuals as read-write or read-only access. Custom Groups from synced libraries can be shared with other online users from a desktop EndNote library through EndNote online. Users can also see a list of Groups shared with them through EndNote online on their desktop library. The links in the shared list can be used as shortcuts to the online shared Groups. You cannot share except through the online version.
Categories: Explore Tools
Importing Citations into EndNote
Posted On: Monday, November 27, 2017 - 10:55 by Jamie Conklin
Need to get references into EndNote and not sure how? Try these tips:
- Import articles from PubMed by using the "Send to" feature. If needed, see instructions for a PC or for a Mac.
- Import articles from Google Scholar by simply changing your Google Scholar settings. Within your settings, go to Bibliograpy Manager and select the second radio button for "Show links to import citations into" and select EndNote. Then click Save. You'll then see an...
Preparing Citations from Endnote (APA, AMA, Chicago Styles)
Posted On: Monday, April 24, 2017 - 15:28 by Matthew Johnson
Ever get nervous about formatting citations? Here’s an overview of a few common issues when citing journal articles in often-used styles (APA, AMA, and Chicago)
In most cases, you can easily export citation information from databases like PubMed, Web of Science, Scopus, etc. into a reference management system like EndNote. However, you have to be careful about how that data is entered to ensure that your final citations are correct.
When citing a journal article, use the following basic format:
Author, A. A., Author, B. B., & Author, C. C. (Year). Title of article. Title of Periodical, volume...MORE
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Five EndNote Advanced Features
Posted On: Tuesday, November 29, 2016 - 10:24 by Jamie Conklin
Whether you're new to EndNote or a long-time fan, improve your EndNote experience with these five advanced features.
1. Customize how EndNote looks
Some of our favorite Preferences include:
- Within "Display Fonts," make that font size bigger!
- Within "PDF Handling," have EndNote rename PDF files as Author + Year + Title.
- Within "Display Fields," hide the fields you don't use (e.g. read/unread status) and display those you do (e.g. Research Notes). Also, uncheck the box to "Display all authors in the Author field."
- Experiment with the library layout on a PC or on a...
Categories: Resource Updates
Papers Now Available through Duke OIT
Posted On: Thursday, March 13, 2014 - 12:42 by Adrianne Leonardelli
What is Papers?
Papers is a reference management tool that imports citations, automatically downloads full-text articles, and keeps your research library organized and portable.
- Sync your library between home and work, whether you're using a Mac, PC, iPad, or iPhone
- Import and organize articles with collections and smart collections
- Highlight and annotate articles in multiple colors
- Share and collaborate with colleagues
- Insert citations into writing projects, whether in Microsoft Word, email, PowerPoint, or Excel
Licenses are available for $50 through OIT (they are normally $79). These are perpetual licenses that do not...
Categories: Explore Tools
Posted On: Monday, July 22, 2013 - 08:19 by Adrianne Leonardelli
Zotero (zoh-TAIR-oh) is a free citation management tool that conveniently “lives in” your Web browser, where you do the majority of your work and research. Most commonly, Zotero works as an add-on for the Firefox browser. However, there is a Zotero standalone version that is compatible with Safari and Chrome.
Zotero is easy to use and has many of the same, as well as some unique, features as EndNote and RefWorks. With Zotero, you can:
- Organize & manage references into searchable collections
- Insert citations as you write using the Zotero word-processing plug-in
- Create formatted bibliographies in many different styles
- Attach PDFs, notes and images to references
- Easily add citations directly from databases...
Finding Full-text with EndNote
Posted On: Wednesday, November 14, 2012 - 13:09 by Beverly Murphy
Want to find the full-text for the citations in your EndNote libraries? A new EndNote feature can be used to find the full text versions of the articles and store them within the Library for you. It's easy to use and does a fairly good job.
When you have selected the citations that you want to find, choose the “Find Full Text” feature. You will need to go to Preferences and change them for this feature so that it uses "PubMed Linkout" and the "Open URL Path" (http://getitatduke.library.duke.edu), which will try to link you to the full text at Duke. Once you start the feature, you will need to agree to the copyright statement, but then EndNote will attempt to find a PDF. If...MORE
New PubMed: Exporting Citations into EndNote
Posted On: Friday, January 15, 2010 - 17:00 by Beverly Murphy
When saving citations in PubMed for importing into EndNote there are two ways to do so:
Note: The EndNote PubMed filter was changed in November 2009! You need to update your EndNote filter!MORE