EndNote for Mac Users

Endnote, a leading citation management software program, manages all your citations and automatically converts them to the citation style you need. In this hands-on class, you will learn how to store, search and select references, then insert them automatically into your word processing document.

Introduction to EndNote

Endnote, a leading citation management software program, manages all your citations and automatically converts them to the citation style you need. In this hands-on class, you will learn how to store, search and select references, then insert them automatically into your word processing document.

Introduction to EndNote

Endnote, a leading citation management software program, manages all your citations and automatically converts them to the citation style you need. In this hands-on class, you will learn how to store, search and select references, then insert them automatically into your word processing document.

New resource: EMBASE

EMBASE is a multipurpose database covering over 28 million records from international biomedical literature from 1947 to the present, including all of MEDLINE.  The 8,300+ journals are from over 90 countries, including 2,500 journals unique to EMBASE. Search using over 270,000 EMTree terms, including drug information. EMBASE is an integral component of conducting thorough systematic reviews and literature searches.

Track your research with Web of Science's author search

Use the author search feature in Web of Science to locate your published articles, track who is citing your research and monitor your H-index.

From the Web of Science homepage click the drop-down menu under 'Basic Search' and select 'Author Search'. Add name, research domain, and organization(s) to locate your publications. To calculate your H-index select Create Citation Report. Analyze your publications by different parameters such as publication date, organization, funding, and author.

Web of Science also provides short (under 5 minute) video tutorials on these search methods and more.

Visit Web of Science's recording training library for the full list.

PsycINFO platform trial during June 2014

Columbia University Libraries is considering switching access to PsychINFO from our current platform, Ovid PsycINFO, to the APA or EBSCO platforms. Please compare the following platforms and send us comments on how this might affect your use of the database:

Send preferences and comments to klimley@columbia.edu by June 30th, 2014. Thank you for helping us evaluate these three platforms.

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