Archive for the ‘refworks’ category

Summer Library Classes

May 22, 2009

This summer we’re offering the same hands-on classes as offered during the fall/spring semesters along with a small sampling of the Data Service Studio tutorials.

There was a STATA class today but all other classes start next week so there’s still time to register at http://library.nyu.edu/forms/research/classes.html

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RefMobile: RefWorks for Mobile Devices

April 23, 2009

RefMobile is a version of RefWorks for mobile and smart phones, as well as PDAs, that allows you to access and view your references, manage folders and even add information to the Notes field of your references.

To use RefMobile, you must be online.

In addition to being able to access and manage your references, RefMobile has a feature – SmartAdd – that will search the web for references based on a digital object identifier (DOI), PubMed ID (PMID), PubMed Central ID (PMCID), ISSN/ISBN number or by author and publication year or even search using part of a title. References located by SmartAdd can even be imported into your RefWorks account via RefMobile. Any user can access RefMobile at http://www.refworks.com/mobile.

Please note: you must have a group code to access RefMobile.
To get the NYU Group Code, email gr1@nyu.edu, and include your NYU NetID.

Alumni Access to RefWorks

March 12, 2009

Courtesy of NYU Libraries, Alumni now have access to RefWorks, an online tool for managing and sharing references. RefWorks is similar to tools like EndNote, but there is no software to load. Use RefWorks to format documents including footnotes and bibliographies in dozens of styles like MLA, APA, etc.

Spring Library Classes

January 30, 2008

There’s still time to register for the following library classes at http://library.nyu.edu/forms/research/classes.html

Library Tour and Introduction to BobCat

  • Fri., Feb. 1 — 10:00 am
  • Thu., Feb. 7 — 2:00 pm
  • Wed., Feb. 13 — 3:00 pm
  • Tue., Feb. 19 — 6:30 pm

Finding Periodical Articles (Using Databases)

  • Tue., Feb. 5 — 2:00 pm
  • Fri., Feb. 15 — 10:00 am
  • Wed., Feb. 20 — 6:30 pm
  • Tue., Feb. 26 — 3:30 pm

 RefWorks

  • Wed., Feb. 6 — 3:30 pm (Science focus, featuring Ovid and Web of Science)
  • Thu., Feb. 14 — 4:00 pm (Science focus, featuring Ovid and Web of Science)
  • Thu. Feb. 21 — 4:00 pm
  • Fri., Feb. 29 — 10:00 am (Science focus, featuring Ovid and Web of Science)

Advanced RefWorks

  • Thu., Feb 14 — 10:00 am
  • Wed., Feb. 20 — 3:00 pm

EndNote

  • Wed., Feb. 13 — 11:00 am
  • Thu., Feb. 28 — 2:00 pm

Google Expert

  • Mon., Feb. 4 — 2:00pm
  • Wed., Feb. 20 — 10:00 am

For class descriptions, information about March classes and new walk-in sessions, and registration, go to:

http://library.nyu.edu/forms/research/classes.html

Share Your Research with RefShare

March 2, 2007

RefWorks is a free (to the NYU community) web-based program you can use to organize your research. Now you can share your RefWorks citations with colleagues anywhere. In the folders menu of every NYU RefWorks account you will see an option to “share folders.” When you share a folder, you get a unique URL to that folder which you can share with anyone who has web access. Outside users will have READ ONLY access to the database, but will be able to sort, search and export citations in a wide variety of output styles (MLA, APA, etc.) You can even create an RSS feed for your folder. As you add new citations to the folder, subscribers will see the updates. More on how to use RefShare.

Customize Google Scholar

February 23, 2007

Are you a user of Google Scholar?
Wish you could link to all the full text the library provides?
Want to export Scholar citations into EndNote or RefWorks? Now you can. Here’s how:

1. Connect to http://scholar.google.com
2. Click on “Scholar Preferences”
3. Scroll down to “Library Links”
4. In the “find library box” type New York University
5. Select “New York University Libraries (Get at NYU)”

If the Library has full text of an article, you will see links to “Get at NYU”.
The “Library Search” link will help you find books at NYU or nearby libraries.

1. Scroll down to “Bibliography Manager”
2. Choose RefWorks or EndNote. Now all your Google Scholar results will be linked to “Import into RefWorks” or “Import into EndNote.”

Save your preferences when finished and return to search.