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    • Chemical Literature Searching and Library Research
      Elizabeth Brown
      ebrown@binghamton.edu
      eabrown25 (twitter, Friendfeed)
      (607)777-4882
      LS-2304C
      CHEM 496February 3, 2010
    • Literature Searching Questions
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      Go to the Libraries’ Research Help page:
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      Select RefWorks
      Create an account
      Begin importing references
    • Add a New Reference
    • Adding Records
      Search Scifinder and Web of Science
      Look for citations on Google Scholar
      Import through link on results screen using Google Scholar
    • Import Records
    • Organize Folders
    • Folder References
    • Create a Bibliography
    • Final Sources Cited List
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      Adding References
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    • Adding and Viewing References
    • Creating and Organizing Folders
    • Creating a Bibliography
    • Creating a Bibliography