Exercises in this course ask you to visit certain websites, so use the clickable web addresses given below. Please start by checking the advice about settings, VPN and pop-ups in Learning Objective Two.
Websites for Learning Objective Four:
Pick some bibliographic websites that interest you from the list below, and do the search suggested. Export the chosen references to your EndNote library.
|EBSCOHost Art Full Text||click this link to get Oxford University credentials||
peer-reviewed items published in the year 2013 which have the phrase late renaissance in their title
|PubMed||www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed||articles this year with common cold in the title|
|SOLO||choose some interesting papers; choose Push to Citation manager (RIS) then choose UTF-8 encoding|
|ProQuest UK dissertations & theses||http://search.proquest.com/pqdtuk?accountid=13042||explore what has been submitted in your area of interest|
|Web of Knowledge||http://webofknowledge.com/||papers with Jurassic dinosaur in the topic, published in the year to date|
Depending on which browser you are using, do one of the following, or an equivalent:
Choose to Open the file
Choose to Open with... Export Helper and click OK
Choose to Open with and click Choose , then browse among the Applications to EndNote
Do not accidentally choose EndNote Web or EndNote Online.
If the browser offers Find instead of Open, when selecting a software destination for your exported references, try using another browser such as Mozilla Firefox.
Some other useful websites:
|The main site for EndNote software||www.endnote.com|
|Online tutorials from the EndNote company||www.endnote.com/training|
|Adept Scientific, the UK supplier of EndNote|
(formerly known as EndNoteWeb)
|Courses in the IT Learning Centre||http://courses.it.ox.ac.uk|
|Bodleian Libraries connection files and useful resources||www.bodleian.ox.ac.uk/sers/resources/endnote|
|OxLIP+ Oxford University's portal for academic databases||www.bodley.ox.ac.uk/oxlip|