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Presentation given on November 10th, 2009 to faculty at the University of Western Ontario

Presentation given on November 10th, 2009 to faculty at the University of Western Ontario

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    • Saving Research Time Nov 10, 2009
      • Robin Featherstone
      • Clinical Medicine Librarian
      • [email_address]
      • (519) 661-2111 ext: 86383
    • Research Life-cycle Literature searching : Managing citations : Creating manuscripts : Publishing : Fund searching : Accessing articles :
    • Pubget
      • Searches PubMed and displays full-text PDF articles for Western’s subscriptions within your results
    • Getting Started http://www.lib.uwo.ca Make sure to sign in if you’re off campus
    • Exercise
      • Find full-text PDF articles on undergraduate medical education
    • Research Life-cycle Literature searching : Managing citations : Creating manuscripts : Publishing : Fund searching : Accessing articles :
    • Literature Search
    • RefWorks
    • RefWorks – Key Features
      • Free to UWO students, staff and faculty
      • Web-based – can access anywhere
      • Allows you to share citations with colleagues
      • Creates bibliographies in any style (CSE, Chicago, etc...)
      • Works with MS Word to format your in-text citations
      • Data is backed up on a server in Toronto
    • Getting Started http://www.lib.uwo.ca Make sure to sign in if you’re off campus
    • Exercise
      • Login to RefWorks or sign up for an individual account
      • Tip: make sure to use your UWO email address
    • Exercise
      • Once you have an account, create a new folder called “Research Workshop”
    • Research Life-cycle Literature searching : Managing citations : Creating manuscripts : Publishing : Fund searching : Accessing articles :
    • Scopus
      • Large, multidisciplinary database
      • Supports “citation chaining”
    • Getting Started http://www.lib.uwo.ca Make sure to Sign in! Select Databases by Title
    • Exercise
      • In Scopus, find the following article:
      • Gareri P, De Fazio P, De Fazio S, Marigliano N, Ferreri Ibbadu G, De Sarro G. Adverse effects of atypical antipsychotics in the elderly: a review. Drugs Aging. 2006;23(12):937-56
      • How many articles reference it?
      • Select the 12 citations that reference the Gareri article
      • Use the “Output” button to send them to RefWorks
      Exercise
    • If RefWorks Direct Export isn’t working
      • In Scopus
        • Select “BibTEX” as export format
        • Save file to the desktop
      • In RefWorks
        • Select “References” > “Import”
        • Set Import filter to BibTEX
        • Select <Multiple Databases>
        • Upload the BibTEX file from your desktop
        • Leave the Encoding as “ANSI – Latin 1”
        • Select “Import”
    • Exercise
      • In RefWorks, move your citations from the “Last imported folder” into your “Research Workshop” folder
      Put in folder....
    • Exercise
      • Format a bibliography in Chicago (15 th Ed.) style from the citations you exported from Scopus
      • Create an ‘Word for Windows’ document and save it to your desktop with the title “Bibliography”
    • 10 min break
    • Research Life-cycle Literature searching : Managing citations : Creating manuscripts : Publishing : Fund searching : Accessing articles :
    • Google Docs http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eRqUE6IHTEA
    • Getting started: http://docs.google.com/
    • Exercise
      • Create a Google account (if you don’t have one already) – will send you an email verification
      • Upload the bibliography document
      • Invite me to share the file as a collaborator [email_address]
    • Research Life-cycle Literature searching : Managing citations : Creating manuscripts : Publishing : Fund searching : Accessing articles :
    • COS Funding Opportunities
      • World’s largest funding database
      • Data obtained directly from the sponsoring agencies
      • Covers all disciplines
      • Opportunities for undergraduates, graduates and professionals
    • Getting started:
      • IP authenticated subscription database (paid for by Research Western)
      • From off-campus, login to www.lib.uwo.ca
      • Follow the link to “Research and Scholarship”
      • Then select “Grants & Funding Opportunities”
    • Exercise
      • Use the Search Wizard to locate funding opportunities of interest to you
    • Research Life-cycle Literature searching : Managing citations : Creating manuscripts : Publishing : Fund searching : Accessing articles :
    • Journal Citation Reports (JCR)
      • Allows you to:
      • Evaluate a particular journal in terms of its Impact Factor (IF)
      • See the most influential journal within a particular subject
      • See the most influential journal for a particular geographic region
    • Journal Citation Reports (JCR)
      • Draws citation data from over 7,500 scholarly and technical journals
      • Incorporates journals from over 3,300 publishers in 60 nations.
      • Published yearly in two editions
            • Science edition
            • Social sciences edition
    • Getting Started http://www.lib.uwo.ca Make sure to Sign in! Select Databases by Title
    • Exercise
      • Find the journal Lung in the 2008 JCR Science Edition
      • What is its Impact Factor?
      • What is the most closely related journal?
      • Which one had a higher Impact Factor?
    • Exercise
      • Conduct a subject search in the 2008 JCR Science Edition for Geriatrics & Gerontology
      • Which journal in this subject had the highest Impact Factor?
      • Which journal has the highest Immediacy Index?
    • Research Life-cycle Literature searching : Managing citations : Creating manuscripts : Publishing : Fund searching : Accessing articles :
    • Questions? Robin Featherstone Clinical Medicine Librarian [email_address] (519) 661-2111 ext: 86383