Tag Archives: Collaboration

EndNote Library Sharing

EndNote now makes collaboration easier by allowing you to share your library with colleagues. Sharing relies on syncing your desktop library with the online version of EndNote (EndNote Basic/Online/Web), so you must first set up your online EndNote account and … Continue reading

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EndNote Basic/Online Quick Reference Guide

EndNote “basic” (formerly known as EndNote Web or EndNote online) is a free  online version of EndNote that complements the desktop version.  It is a simplified stripped-down version and is not designed to replace the more comprehensive desktop application. With EndNote basic … Continue reading

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Using Papers 3 (Mekentosj) for Collaboration: Papers Online

Though Mekentosj’s Papers application can be considered a reference manager, allowing you to cite research sources and format a bibliography, its greatest strength is its use as an online system to help you effectively manage research collections. Papers 3 for … Continue reading

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EndNote Update X7.2 Provides More Features for Collaboration

EndNote has released it’s latest update, X7.2. The major new feature is the ability to use an EndNote online account to share a library with up to 14 collaborators. You’re also given unlimited online storage so you can store and … Continue reading

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Using Zotero for Collaboration

Zotero is a free, easy-to-use application to help you collect, organize, cite, and share your research sources. In our experience one of its strengths is the option to create shared libraries, known as Groups, allowing you to collaborate with other … Continue reading

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Using RefWorks for Collaboration: RefShare

RefShare is a special feature of RefWorks that allows you to share information in your RefWorks account with others. It’s accessed from the Organize & Share Folder tab: RefShare allows you to share your RefWorks database of just specific folders, or … Continue reading

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Using EndNote for Collaboration: EndNote Basic (aka EndNote Web)

A previous post outlined a simple way to share references using EndNote’s “traveling library” features. However, EndNote Basic (previously known as EndNote Web) offers more sophisticate features for sharing references with colleagues. Just to remind you, there are now two … Continue reading

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Using EndNote for Collaboration: the Traveling Library

A Traveling Library refers to the formatted citations in your Word document and is created for each Word document when formatted using EndNote and Cite-While-You-Write (CWYW):  it’s a subset of your EndNote library which contains only the citations that appear … Continue reading

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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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ResearchGate: Facebook for Researchers?

The Internet and its associated tools have begun to change how scientists can more effectively share information. One such social networking site you may have heard of is ResearchGate, an academic social networking site for doctors, PhDs. and scientists, offering … Continue reading

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