Monthly Archives: July 2014

Using Mendeley for Collaboration

A new generation of citation/reference management applications are making it easier to share references and text with colleagues. This is the first of a series of posts looking at some of the most popular ones. Of all current reference managers … Continue reading

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Scopus: a Database Inspired by the Hamerkop Bird

        This is a photograph of the Hammerkop bird (Scopus umbretta).  Impressive looking, isn’t it? But what’s it doing strutting around on this blog? It just so happens that UCSF has a trial for the Scopus database … Continue reading

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Upcoming July 10th Citation/Reference Manager Drop-In Clinic at Mission Bay

Need advice on which citation/reference manager to use?  Already a user but having a few problems? The UCSF Library is starting a series of drop-in clinics allowing you to talk one-on-one with a librarian about selected citation management programs such … Continue reading

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New RefWorks Write-n-Cite Version 4 Renamed “ProQuest for Word”

RefWorks have recently released an upgraded version 4 of Write-n-Cite. However, when you download this new version you may be wondering why you now get a ProQuest tab appearing in Word. That’s because the RefWorks folks have changed the name … Continue reading

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