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  • 1. Bibliographic Management Tools
    • Mary J. Markland
    • SE Clinical Campus Librarian
    • [email_address]
  • 2. What is Bibliographic Management
    • Finding information like books, articles, web pages, blogs etc.
    • Organizing them in a way that you can easily find them when needed for research and writing
    • Displaying/formatting selected citations in a bibliography for your article or presentation
  • 3. Expected Features in a Bibliographic Manager
    • Search: Search all the available academic/non-academic databases.
    • Store: Store the reference and possibly a soft copy of the reference.
      • Viewer: View soft copy (doc, pdf, etc.).
    • Annotate: Keep notes on the reference.
      • Overall: Just a single note on the reference
      • Anywhere: A note anywhere in the document
    • Communicate: Import from and export to different formats.
      • Import (BibTex, End Note, XML, etc.)
      • Export (BibTex, End Note, XML, etc.)
    • Platform: Run on different platforms (Linux, Windows, etc.)
    • Presentation: Present the data to some standard formats.
      • Formats (MLA, APA, etc.)
      • Document (doc, pdf, html, etc.)
  • 4. 7 Tools
    • EndNote
    • RefWorks
    • Zotero
    • citeUlike
    • Connotea
    • 2collab
    • Word 2007
  • 5. Endnote v. X1
    • Interfaces with Word
    • Includes Journal templates as well as 1000’s of styles
    • Allows database searching from within the software
    • Works on pda
    • Can attach pdfs, graphics and other documents
    • Can create groups
    • Traveling library to share citations with colleagues
    • Import directly from Google Scholar
    • Handles a variety of types of items
  • 6. Not so good things
    • Price
      • Academic Cost - $110 student, $190 faculty
    • License Agreement
      • Can’t share on network without network license
      • One personal copy can be on two computers
      • Multiple people cannot share a library easily
    • Ease of Use
      • Incredibly powerful
      • Can be a big learning curve
  • 7. EndNote
  • 8. Types of items
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  • 11. Importing Data
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  • 13. Imports MeSH headings as keywords Can add additional keywords
  • 14. Integration with MS Word EndNote creates its own tab in Microsoft Word 2007
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  • 16. Manuscript Templates
  • 17. RefWorks
    • Information lives on the web, not your hard drive
    • Works on multiple platforms (WIN, Mac, UNIX etc.)
    • Can share folders with others
    • RefShare add-on
    • RefAware add-on
    • Works with Blackboard
    • Easier to use than EndNote
      • (created by former EndNote employees)
  • 18. Not so good things
    • Annual subscription fee of $100/year
    • Not as many features as EndNote
      • No manuscript templates
      • Not as many formats and database searching capabilities but still ok for medicine
      • Originally designed for undergraduates
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  • 23. Zotero
    • Free
    • Plug-in for Firefox
    • Captures books, citations, web pages, searches
    • Allows annotation
    • Outputs in a variety of styles in html, rtf, Word and Google Docs
    • Has drag and drop features
    • Export to Endnote
    • More social networking coming soon
    • Open Source Software
    • Created at George Mason University
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  • 29. citeulike
    • Owned by Oversity Ltd., UK – 5 guys
    • Tag articles of interest
    • See articles with similar tags
    • See people who also tag the same articles
    • Can export to EndNote
    • No word processing linkage
    • Collect aggregate data
    • Can make your citations private
    • IE and Firefox
    • Open Source software
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    • Owned by Nature
    • Tagging articles
    • See other people’s tagged articles
    • Join Groups
    • Send your library link to others
    • Captures citations and web pages
    • Add comments to articles
    • Export to EndNote
    • RSS feeds
    • Geotagging
    • Won’t divulge personal details, can’t find info on aggregate
    • Firefox and IE
    • Open Source
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  • 37. 2collab
    • Owned by Elsevier
    • Groups
    • Peer networking
    • Rate bookmarks, add comments
    • Works well with ScienceDirect journals and SCOPUS
    • RSS feeds
    • Collect aggregate data
    • Read the privacy policy
    • Button for IE, can’t figure out Firefox
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  • 42. Word 2007 It’s supposed to be in this “ribbon” or toolbar but I can’t find it.
  • 43. Nice Overview in Wikipedia
    • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_reference_management_software
  • 44. Questions? Comments?
    • See Bibliographic Management on my del.icio.us page
    • http://del.icio.us/seundlibrary

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