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Library Solutions to Tracking Scholarly Publications Open Forum, MLA 2011. This presentation is by Marie Ascher and is uploaded with permission

Library Solutions to Tracking Scholarly Publications Open Forum, MLA 2011. This presentation is by Marie Ascher and is uploaded with permission

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  • New York Medical College Faculty Author Bibliography Marie T. Ascher Associate Director, USER Services [email_address] Twitter: @mascher
  • Primary Contacts: Cheryl Silver, Associate Director [email_address] Diana Cunningham, Associate Dean & Director [email_address]
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  • Faculty Bibliography
    • Pre-2010:
    • Created in ProCite
    • Stand-alone volumes
    • Print, PDF, html
    • Present:
    • Created in RefWorks
    • Cumulative
    • Searchable Database using RefShare
    • Print, PDF, html plus database
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    • Pros :
    • Multiple people can edit the database simultaneously
    • 2. Ability to move items between folders very quickly
  • Cons (v. ProCite): 1. Can’t bold author names. 2. Conversion from ProCite was not clean. 3. Brief display issues for some formats (e.g. book chapters) 4. Editing was much easier in ProCite- non-essential fields in RW. 5. Brief display of articles is not in Word format
  • Final word… RefWorks/RefShare has allowed us to create a cumulative online version of our faculty author bibliography as well as continuing our print version. BUT it requires a lot of customization