Monday, 25 September 2017

Research4LifeReference Management Tools - Research4Life

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Management Tools help scholars to create and manage their lists of
references for research projects. Most tools are designed to organize
citations into specific formats for the preparation of manuscripts and
bibliographies. Many search tools provide ways to download references
into reference management tools. 

This module will help  you develop
the skills necessary to use three of the most used management
softwares: Mendeley, Zotero and EndNote Web.

Part A: Mendeley

is a free reference manager and academic social network that can help
you organize your research, collaborate with others online, and discover
the latest research. In this module you will learn how to:

• Register to Mendeley

• Create your Mendeley Library

• Manage your documents and references

• Cite references

• Share Documents and References

Format: ppt

Size: Part A (6MB), part B (3MB)


Part B: Zotero

is a free and open-source reference management software to manage
bibliographic data and related research materials. In this module you
will learn how to:
• Install Zotero

• Create your Zotero library

• Add references to your Zotero library

• Manage your documents and references

• Create bibliographies

• Use Zotero with MS Word
Format: ppt

Size: 5 MB

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Part C: EndNote Basic

EndNote Basic (previously known as EndNote Web) is the web-based implementation of EndNote,
a commercial reference management software package, used to manage
bibliographies and references when writing essays and articles. In this
module you will learn how to:
• Register to EndNote Basic

• Search for articles

• Save bibliographic citations

• Select format for the saved citations
Format: ppt 
Size: 5 MB

Additional documents: Exercise sheets in doc format here


Note: Endnote Web is not offered to all R4L registered institutions.

Research4LifeReference Management Tools - Research4Life

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