Monthly Archives: January 2011

Create New Records from PDF files in EndNote Version X4

The latest EndNote release, version X4, expands its support for the management of PDFs by allowing you to create new references directly from PDF files that you have downloaded onto your computer. You can simply use the “Import” function to … Continue reading

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Re-sort PubMed Results to Reveal Hidden Gems

Did you know that you can re-sort the results of your PubMed search?  The default results view is known as the Summary view, showing the bare bones information, with the most recent publication at the top of the list. There … Continue reading

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Welcome to Our New Blog

We, the education and reference librarians at the UCSF Library, are ringing in the new year with the launch of this our new co-authored blog, In Plain Sight.  Our weekly posts will provide: information searching tips (ie, databases, Google) citation management tips … Continue reading

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