Presentation on theme: "Bibliographic Management: No longer a chore! Important points Today’s session is an overview Please see citing sources link on the library web siteciting."— Presentation transcript:
Important points Today’s session is an overview Please see citing sources link on the library web siteciting sources Search google for answers (e.g., Zotero vs Endnote) In addition to the library site, check the www.princeton.edu/~proschol site for sessions and clinics www.princeton.edu/~proschol
RefWorks and EndNote can make your life easier in 3 ways Collecting citations and annotating them Organizing/searching your citations Deploying them into your document in the proper citation style
Summary of EndNote vs. RefWorks RefWorks is web-based which makes it fully portable, seamlessly updatable by the provider, and better at pulling records into your database (“folder”) It is klunkier than EndNote in its ability to interact with MS Word documents; 100+ page documents work better in EndNote EndNote is more robust and full-featured, but harder to learn because of this.
Collecting References 4 ways of getting reference into your RefWorks or EndNote folder/library: Manually Import via export-->import Direct Export Direct Connection (great for PU main catalog)
Organizing and managing your references Sort Search Annotate
Deploying into a document Write-n-Cite (for RefWorks) and the EndNote toolbar must be downloaded and visible from within Word RefWorks saves new version of document for you; always amend original version (this is the “klunkier” aspect) Editing citations (page numbers, etc)
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