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Chem496  Chemical Literature Searching
Chem496  Chemical Literature Searching
Chem496  Chemical Literature Searching
Chem496  Chemical Literature Searching
Chem496  Chemical Literature Searching
Chem496  Chemical Literature Searching
Chem496  Chemical Literature Searching
Chem496  Chemical Literature Searching
Chem496  Chemical Literature Searching
Chem496  Chemical Literature Searching
Chem496  Chemical Literature Searching
Chem496  Chemical Literature Searching
Chem496  Chemical Literature Searching
Chem496  Chemical Literature Searching
Chem496  Chemical Literature Searching
Chem496  Chemical Literature Searching
Chem496  Chemical Literature Searching
Chem496  Chemical Literature Searching
Chem496  Chemical Literature Searching
Chem496  Chemical Literature Searching
Chem496  Chemical Literature Searching
Chem496  Chemical Literature Searching
Chem496  Chemical Literature Searching
Chem496  Chemical Literature Searching
Chem496  Chemical Literature Searching
Chem496  Chemical Literature Searching
Chem496  Chemical Literature Searching
Chem496  Chemical Literature Searching
Chem496  Chemical Literature Searching
Chem496  Chemical Literature Searching
Chem496  Chemical Literature Searching
Chem496  Chemical Literature Searching
Chem496  Chemical Literature Searching
Chem496  Chemical Literature Searching
Chem496  Chemical Literature Searching
Chem496  Chemical Literature Searching
Chem496  Chemical Literature Searching
Chem496  Chemical Literature Searching
Chem496  Chemical Literature Searching
Chem496  Chemical Literature Searching
Chem496  Chemical Literature Searching
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  • 1. Chemical Literature Searching and Library ResearchSession 1: Free and Licensed Chemical Literature Tools<br />Elizabeth Brown<br />ebrown@binghamton.edu<br />(607)777-4882<br />LS-2304C<br />CHEM 496September 14, 2011http://www.slideshare.net/ebrown/<br />
  • 2. Some questions<br />
  • 3. Student Survey Questions<br />1. The main literature database to search for Chemistry research articles is INSPEC.<br />TRUE<br />FALSE<br /> <br />2. The citation manager tool Mendeleyis only available to licensed Binghamton University students, faculty and staff.<br />TRUE<br />FALSE<br /> <br />3. Citation searching is when you complete the missing pieces of the bibliographic information such as the author, title, journal volume, and page numbers when citing a reference.<br />TRUE<br />FALSE<br /> <br />
  • 4. Student Survey Questions<br />4. Google Scholar searches the same journals, patents, conference proceedings and monographs as Scifinder Scholar.<br />TRUE<br />FALSE<br /> <br />5. The Libraries spends over $1,000,000 annually to license and purchase research tools like article databases, journals, books, and websites for Chemistry.<br />TRUE<br />FALSE<br /> <br />6. The Registry database in Scifinder Scholar is a current alphabetical and institutional listing of all working chemists, with an author number attached to their name for easy searching.<br />A. TRUE<br />B. FALSE<br />
  • 5. Chemistry Database Features<br />
  • 6. Chemistry Database Features<br />
  • 7. Outline<br />Some Questions<br />Licensed Chemistry ResourcesScifinder, Web of Science, Scopus, Reaxys<br />Free Online Chemistry ResourcesChemspider, Google Scholar<br />Reference Citation Management ToolsRefworks, Zotero, Mendeley<br />
  • 8. Licensed Chemistry Databases<br />
  • 9. Licensed Chemistry Resources<br />BU Chemistry Library Databases http://libraryguides.binghamton.edu/chemistry<br />Scifinder Scholar on the Webhttp://proxy.binghamton.edu/login?url=http://metalink.binghamton.edu:8332/V/?func=native-link&resource=BNG03359<br />Web of Science (Web of Knowledge) http://metalink.binghamton.edu:8332/V/TMTNDHTBPH72J1TEE59U5FT2AT5T6NVQ5IX1FCDBN3GHXBGA6Q-31293?func=native-link&resource=BNG03441<br />Reaxys(Crossfire Commander) http://libraryguides.binghamton.edu/content.php?pid=50019&sid=457185<br />
  • 10. Free Online Chemistry Resources<br />Chemspiderhttp://www.chemspider.com/<br />Google Scholarhttp://scholar.google.com/<br />
  • 11. Chemistry Library Databases<br />
  • 12. Scifinder Scholar<br />
  • 13. Explore References<br />34million references <br />10,000 major scientific journals, books, proceedings<br />References from 61patent authorities worldwide<br />Explore Substances<br />CAS Registry<br />61 million substances<br />Explore Reactions<br />49million reactionsorganometallics, natural products, biotransformations<br />Reaction conditions, yields, and catalysts<br />
  • 14. Web of Science (Web of Knowledge)<br />
  • 15. Reaxys<br />
  • 16. Chemspider<br />
  • 17. Google Scholar<br />
  • 18. Part 2: Citation Management Tools<br />
  • 19. Why use Citation Management Tools?<br />Keep track of your articles and links<br />Create bibliographies and reference lists FAST<br />Insert formatted footnotes, endnotes.<br />Change citation styles for different pubs.<br />Share references with colleagues.<br />
  • 20. Citation Managers<br />Refworks – licensed to BU students and faculty<br />Zotero – free online (Firefox extension)<br />Mendeley – free online<br />Reference Management Tools Guide:<br />http://libraryguides.binghamton.edu/refmanager<br />
  • 21.
  • 22. Create an Account<br />Libraries’ Research Help page:<br />http://library.lib.binghamton.edu/research/index.html/<br />Select RefWorks<br />Create an account<br />GroupCode: RWSUNYBinghamton<br />Begin adding references…<br />
  • 23. Add a New Reference<br />
  • 24. Add References<br />ScifinderandWeb of Science – import link<br />Google Scholar – Refworks plug-in link<br />
  • 25. Import Records<br />
  • 26. Folder References<br />
  • 27. Create a Bibliography<br />
  • 28. Zotero [zoh-TAIR-oh]<br />a free, easy-to-use Firefox extension to help you collect, manage, and cite your research sources. It lives in your web browser.<br />Download: http://www.zotero.org/<br />
  • 29. What it looks like<br />
  • 30. Getting started with Zotero<br />Quick Start Guide: http://www.zotero.org/support/quick_start_guide<br />Adding References<br />Formatting<br />Creating Bibliographies<br />
  • 31. Adding and Viewing References<br />
  • 32. Creating and Organizing Folders<br />
  • 33. Creating a Bibliography<br />
  • 34. Creating a Bibliography<br />
  • 35. What is Mendeley?<br />Social network<br />Reference Management tool<br />Cloud-based file storage for documents<br />Search interface to find articles<br />http://www.mendeley.com/<br />
  • 36. Mendeley Profile<br />
  • 37. My Library <br />
  • 38. Papers in Mendeley<br />
  • 39. Mendeley Web Importer<br />Bookmarklet<br />
  • 40. Mendeley Desktop<br />
  • 41. Inserting Citations into MS Word<br />
  • 42. Groups in Mendeley<br />
  • 43. Mendeley Groups <br />

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