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  • 1. Elizabeth Brown
    Bartle Library LS 2504-C
    ebrown@binghamton.edu
    (607)777-4882
    Library Literature SourcesRefWorks, Zotero Citation Managers
    MSE 590, March 3, 2010
    URL: http://www.slideshare.net/ebrown
  • 2. Some Quick Questions
    The Libraries spends over $5,000,000 annually to purchase and access literature databases, journals, books, and websites.
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    FALSE 
    The main literature database for Materials Science research articles is INSPEC.
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    FALSE
    Google Scholar covers the same journals, patents, conference proceedings and monographs as Web of Science.
    TRUE
    FALSE
  • 3. More Questions
    The citation manager Zotero was named after a magical sorcerer in a Walt Disney movie.
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    FALSE
    Eugene Garfield, PhD, created the print Science Citation Index in 1945, which later was expanded and renamed the Web of Science.
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    FALSE
    Examples of free online materials scienceweb resources include Wikipedia, arXiv.org, and Google Scholar.
    TRUE
    FALSE
  • 4. Still More Questions
    Citation Searching is where you try to complete the missing parts of a research article citation, such as author, title, journal volume, and page number, on the web.
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    FALSE
    Article preprints are documents that researchers initially decided to publish but can’t due to poor research methodology or other reasons.
    A. TRUE
    B. FALSE
  • 5. Summary
    Library Services, Web Links
    Library Licensed Resources: Web of Science: Science (all areas)INSPEC/Compendix: Physics, EngineeringScifinder Scholar on the Web: Chemistry, Biochemistry
    Free Online Resources: arXiv.org: article, data preprintsGoogle Scholar: general article, patent, report searches
    Wikipedia – Engineering Portal: general information
    Online Citation Managers:
    Refworks: BU only
    Zotero: freely available
  • 6. Library Services
    Ask a Librarian: http://library.binghamton.edu/research/askalibrarian/
    Interlibrary Loan: http://illiad.lib.binghamton.edu/
    Materials Science Library Guide: http://libraryguides.binghamton.edu/materialsscience
    Physics Library Guide: http://libraryguides.binghamton.edu/physics
    Citation Help: http://library.binghamton.edu/research/guides/citationhelp.html
    Web Pages Checklist: http://library.binghamton.edu/research/guides/webcheck.html
  • 7. Web of Science (Web of Knowledge)
  • 8. Web of Science – Search Result
  • 9. From just a single record within the Web of Science, expand your search by simply following the links designed to drive discovery.
    2004
    2003
    Times Cited
    2003
    2004
    Cited References
    2001
    Related Records
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    1998
    2004
    1993
    2002
     Citing 
    1999
    … moving Backward in time via Cited References, Forward in time via Times Cited, and through Related Records.
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  • 10. INSPEC/Compendix
  • 11. INSPEC/Compendix – Search Result
  • 12. Scifinder Scholar on the Web
  • 13. Scifinder Scholar – Search
  • 14. Scifinder Scholar - Results
  • 15. Free Online Resources: arXiv.org
  • 16. Google Scholar
  • 17. Wikipedia: Engineering Portal
  • 18. Online Citation Managers
    Keep track of your research
    Keep links to online articles
    Create bibliographies and reference lists for papers and research articles
    Insert formatted footnotes, endnotes into documents.
    Multiple citation formats available
    Refworks – licensed
    Zotero – free online
  • 19. Refworks
  • 20. Create an Account
    Go to the Libraries’ Research Help page:
    http://library.lib.binghamton.edu/research/index.html/
    Select RefWorks
    Create an account
    Begin importing references
    GroupCode: RWSUNYBinghamton
  • 21. Add a New Reference
  • 22. Adding Records
    Search Scifinder and Web of Science
    Look for citations on Google Scholar
    Import through link on results screen using Google Scholar
    RefGrabBookmarklet/Extension: http://www.refworks.com/Refworks/help/Using_RefGrab-It_to_Capture_Web_Page_Data.htm
  • 23. Import Records
  • 24. Organize Folders
  • 25. Folder References
  • 26. Create a Bibliography
  • 27. Final Sources Cited List
  • 28. Zotero Citation Manager
    Zotero [zoh-TAIR-oh] is a free, easy-to-use Firefox extension to help you collect, manage, and cite your research sources. It lives in your web browser.
    The name is loosely derived from an Albanian verb meaning "to master"."The etymology of Zotero". The Ideophone. January 25, 2008. http://ideophone.org/zotero-etymology/. Retrieved 2008-12-01.
    Download: http://www.zotero.org/
  • 29. What it looks like
  • 30. Getting started with Zotero
    Quick Start Guide: http://www.zotero.org/support/quick_start_guide
    Adding References
    Formatting
    Creating Bibliographies
  • 31. Adding and Viewing References
  • 32. Creating and Organizing Folders
  • 33. Creating a Bibliography
  • 34. Creating a Bibliography