EndNote Week 2-6 Dezember 2013 – Starts Today!

Want to know more about EndNote?
Come along to find out how we can help…

 

One week about the reference management system EndNote.
Our EndNote Week is starting today with our welcome desk in the library. You will find some material including Quick Start Guides, sticky notes, handouts and pens.

We start today with a workshop in German. Tomorrow we will have a workshop in English and on Thursday you can ask our expert about EndNote (in English and German). During the week you will find an information desk in the library (building A) and every day some useful information on this site.

Come and see us to find out how EndNote can help you manage your references and create bibliographies in your chosen style.

 

General information about the system in the Max Planck Society can be found on http://www.biochem.mpg.de/en/facilities/ivs/BibMgmt/EndNote
The Information Retrieval Services for the Institutes of the Bio.-Med. Section of the Max Planck Society has also much information on other reference management systems and creates a table to compare the different systems. http://www.biochem.mpg.de/en/facilities/ivs/BibMgmt

FHI Library EndNote Week 2013

2-6 Dezember 2013 – Building A, Library
We offer some workshops, information material and an “Ask the Expert” session on the reference management system EndNote during this week. Our information desk will be available in the library the whole week.

Monday, 2 December 2013 // 10.30 am – 12.00 pm
Literaturverwaltung mit EndNote (Deutsch)

EndNote ist ein beliebtes and leistungsstarkes Literaturverwaltungssystem für die Betriebssysteme Windows und Macintosh. Dieser Kurs bietet einen Überblick über EndNote und zeigt wie Sie Suchergebnisse importieren (Import-Filter, direkter Export, Online-Suchen mit EndNote) sowie Bibliographien erstellen können. Darüber hinaus werden einige weitere Features erläutert. Auch das Austauschen von Referenzen und die Zusammenarbeit in Gruppen mittels EndNote Online wird demonstriert.

Tuesday, 3 December 2013 // 2 pm – 3.30 pm
Reference Management with EndNote (English)

EndNote is a popular and powerful reference management system for Windows and Macintosh. The course gives an overview of EndNote, shows the import of search results (the use of import filters, the direct export and an online search from within EndNote), demonstrates how to generate bibliographies and explains some special features of EndNote. The sharing of references and the collaboration in groups will be demonstrated with EndNote Online.

Thursday, 5 December 2013 // 10.00 am – 12.00 pm
“Ask the Expert” (Deutsch/English)

You are already working with EndNote and you have some special questions. Use the opportunity to talk to our expert about your issues with reference management.

Instructors
Annegret Garske – FHI
Katrin Quetting – FHI
Sabine Schneider – MPG Information Retrieval Services, IVS-BM (Biological Medical Section), Munich

If you wish to attend please register by contacting the library for one ore more of the courses listed above.

SciFinder Training Materials

CAS offers several training materials at their website to help you improve your search skills for SciFinder.

There are substance, reaction and reference searching materials at an introductory level available. To get access to additional and advanced tutorials you may register for the Learning Solutions.

Learn more about the new design to SciFinder that was launched in June with this Overview Presentation (pdf).

Training Session: Bibliographic Management Systems

Training Session – Bibliographic Management Systems
March 7, 2013 – Building A, Library

11.00am – 12.30pm
Bibliographic Management Systems – Introduction & Overview
This course explains what bibliographic management systems (also known as reference or citation management software) are, why they are useful for any kind of research, and what to look out for when considering the use of one of the numerous available bibliographic management applications. Some systems (EndNote, Citavi, Zotero) are demonstrated as examples, among these are web-based and desktop applications, commercial and non-commercial systems.

1.45pm – 3.15pm
Bibliographic Management with EndNote
EndNote is a popular and powerful bibliographic management system for Windows and Macintosh. The course gives an overview of EndNote, shows the import of search results (the use of import filters, the direct export and an online search from within EndNote), demonstrates how to generate bibliographies and explains some special features of EndNote. The sharing of references and the collaboration in groups will be demonstrated with EndNote Web.

3.30pm – 5.00pm
Bibliographic Management with Mendeley
Mendeley is both a desktop and a web reference management program for managing and sharing references and research papers. It combines Mendeley Desktop, a PDF and reference management application and Mendeley Web, an online social network for researchers. The course gives an overview of the system and its features, demonstrates the import of search results from databases and shows how Mendeley works in combination with word processing software.

Instructor
Jana Votteler
MPG Information Retrieval Services, IVS-BM (Biological Medical Section), Munich

Information about systems for which the IVS-BM provides support can be found at http://www.biochem.mpg.de/en/facilities/ivs/BibMgmt/index.html

If you wish to attend please register by contacting the library for one ore more of the courses listed above.