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Reference Management Course 2015: Complete Materials

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This mini course was given for Institut Teknologi Bandung student. The first batch was held in 19 January 2015.
Special session requests from outside ITB are welcome.

I am on twitter (@dasaptaerwin)
I am on ResearchGate (id: Dasapta_Irawan)

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Reference Management Course 2015: Complete Materials

  1. 1. Dasapta Erwin Irawan Faculty of Earth Sciences and Technology Institut Teknologi Bandung 19 January 2015 Reference management A mini course 0 Image: flickr/jasonparis COMPLETE MATERIALS
  2. 2. A bit about me ● A bit old: born in 1976 ● A bit hard: hydrogeology ● A bit old-skool: love vintage things ● A bit old-fashioned: nodye and weird hair cut ● A bit social: – On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/dasaptaerwin – On Twitter: @dasaptaerwin – On ResearchGate: www.researchgate.net/dasapta_irawan
  3. 3. Disclaimer ● This mini course is non-credit. ● It is offered as opportunities for students to learn specific skills in just a few sessions. ● This mini course offers no warranty of your study performance. ● Consultation session with your supervisor is very important to make the best out of this mini course. ● I'm prone to error, please report any typos or misconceptions from reading this doc.
  4. 4. Available CC license[1]
  5. 5. License for this doc[1]
  6. 6. Outline
  7. 7. Part 1: intro to reference management ● 1.1 common problems and solutions – the common problems in scientific writing (papers, thesis, dissertation) – the common mistakes in writing – the tools and proposed solutions
  8. 8. Part 1: intro to reference management ● 1.2 What is reference management – How does it help to our writing and what are the tools needed – Where to get the softwares and why does it have to be opensource – How to install Reference Manager and connect it to our word processor
  9. 9. Part 2: how to retrieve references ● 2.1 Where to find: – Library and its website – Databases: ● Free: Google Scholar[13] (free), ● ITB subscription: Scopus[10], Web of science[15], ITB Library (http://www.lib.itb.ac.id/e-journal, ) http://www.lib.itb.ac.id/e-book
  10. 10. Part 2: how to retrieve references ● Publishers: – Conventional: Sciencedirect[17] (options: conventional, open access), Elsevier[18] (options: conventional, open access), Springer Sciences[19] (options: conventional, open access) – Open access: DOAJ[20], PeerJ[21], HESS[22], PLOSone[23], ArXiv[24]etc
  11. 11. Part 2: how to retrieve references ● Community, social media: – ResearchGate, – Academia, – ResearchID.
  12. 12. Part 2: how to retrieve references ● 2.2 tweaking the keywords – What is a keyword – What is keyword's operator – How to get the best search results – Use "Google Scholar" alert notification – How to store the information
  13. 13. Part 3: how to store your references ● 3.1 how to store your references – Saving the pdfs and metadata – Folder structure
  14. 14. Part 3: how to store your references ● 3.2 how to use reference manager – Importing, Organizing, and Taking notes – Using and adding Citation style – Citing and Making bibliography
  15. 15. Part 4: how to cite ● 4.1 Citation style ● 4.2 Paraphrasing ● 4.3 Plagiarism ● 4.4 how to use "Cite While You Write"
  16. 16. References [1] Creative Common License site, https://creativecommons.org/licenses/, accessed 15 November 2014. [2] Zotero site, http://www.zotero.org, accessed 15 November 2014. [3] Mendeley site, http://www.mendeley.org, accessed 15 November 2014. [4] Docear site, http://www.docear.org, accessed 15 November 2014. [5] Endnote (Thomson Reuters) site, http://www.endnote.com, accessed 15 November 2014. [6] Evernote site, http://www.evernote.com, accessed 15 November 2014. [7] Growly Note site, http://www.growlybird.com, accessed 15 November 2014. [8] Microsoft OneNote site, http://www.onenote.com , accessed 15 November 2014. [9] MaxPlanck Institute of Biochem site,https://www.biochem.mpg.de/en/facilities/ivs/BibMgmt, accessed 15 November 2014. [10] Scopus scientific database site, http://www.scopus.com, accessed 15 November 2014. [11] Wikipedia Free Encyclopedia site, http://en.wikipedia.org, accessed 15 November 2014. [12] JabRef site, http://jabref.sourceforge.net/, accessed 15 November 2014. [13] BibDesk site, http://bibdesk.sourceforge.net/, accessed 15 November 2014. [14] Google Scholar site, http://scholar.google.com, accessed 15 November 2014. [15] Web of Science/Knowledge site, http://thomsonreuters.com/thomson-reuters-web-of-science/, accessed 15 November 2014 [16] ITB Library site, http://www.lib.itb.ac.id, accessed 15 November 2014. [17] ScienceDirect Database site, http://www.sciencedirect.com, accessed 15 November 2014. [18] Elsevier Site, http://www.elsevier.com, accessed 15 November 2014. [19] Springer Sciences site, http://www.springer.com, accessed 15 November 2014. [20] DOAJ, http://www.doaj.org, accessed 15 November 2014. [21] PeerJ, http://www.peerj.com, accessed 15 November 2014. [22] HESS, http://www.hydrol-earth-syst-sci.net/, accessed 15 November 2014. [23] PLOS one site, http://www.plosone.org/, accessed 15 November 2014. [24] ArXiv site, http://www.arxiv.org, accessed 15 November 2014.
  17. 17. Dasapta Erwin Irawan Faculty of Earth Sciences and Technology Institut Teknologi Bandung 19 January 2015 Reference management A mini course_1_1 Image: flickr/jasonparis
  18. 18. DEI, ITB 3 What is reference/citation management systems[9] A system used for {Storing} {Organizing} and {Sharing} reference collections
  19. 19. DEI, ITB 4 Outline
  20. 20. 5 Part 1: intro to reference management ● 1.1 common problems and solutions – common problems in scientific writing (papers, thesis, dissertation) – common mistakes in writing – the proposed tools and solutions
  21. 21. 6 Part 1: intro to reference management ● 1.2 What is reference management – How does it {help} to our writing and what are the tools needed – Where to get the {apps} and why does it have to be opensource – How to {install} Reference Manager and connect it to our word processor
  22. 22. 7 common problems in scientific writing ● Don't know where to {start}.
  23. 23. 8 common problems in scientific writing ● Don't know {where}to look for informations.
  24. 24. 9 common problems in scientific writing ● Don't know {how}to look for informations.
  25. 25. 10 common problems in scientific writing (papers, thesis, dissertation) ● Don't know how to give credits {cite} for informations.
  26. 26. 11 common mistakes in writing ● {Non-flowing} structure and/or story
  27. 27. 12 common mistakes in writing ● {Misplaced} component
  28. 28. 13 common mistakes in writing ● {Bad} referencing/citing
  29. 29. 14 the tools and proposed solutions ● Start from the end {Bibliography}
  30. 30. 15 the tools and proposed solutions ● Use a {reference management system}
  31. 31. 16 the tools and proposed solutions ● Keep a {log book} or binder
  32. 32. 17 the tools and proposed solutions ● Keep a {digital} log book or binder
  33. 33. 18 the tools and proposed solutions ● Use the appropriate {apps} – Zotero[2], Mendeley[3], Docear[4], JabRef[12], BibDesk[13], etc – EndNote[5]
  34. 34. 19 the tools and proposed solutions ● Use the appropriate {apps} – Evernote[6], – GrowlyNote[7], – Ms OneNote[8]
  35. 35. 20 References [1] Creative Common License site, https://creativecommons.org/licenses/, accessed 15 November 2014. [2] Zotero site, http://www.zotero.org, accessed 15 November 2014. [3] Mendeley site, http://www.mendeley.org, accessed 15 November 2014. [4] Docear site, http://www.docear.org, accessed 15 November 2014. [5] Endnote (Thomson Reuters) site, http://www.endnote.com, accessed 15 November 2014. [6] Evernote site, http://www.evernote.com, accessed 15 November 2014. [7] Growly Note site, http://www.growlybird.com, accessed 15 November 2014. [8] Microsoft OneNote site, http://www.onenote.com , accessed 15 November 2014. [9] MaxPlanck Institute of Biochem site,https://www.biochem.mpg.de/en/facilities/ivs/BibMgmt, accessed 15 November 2014. [10] Scopus scientific database site, http://www.scopus.com, accessed 15 November 2014. [11] Wikipedia Free Encyclopedia site, http://en.wikipedia.org, accessed 15 November 2014. [12] JabRef site, http://jabref.sourceforge.net/, accessed 15 November 2014. [13] BibDesk site, http://bibdesk.sourceforge.net/, accessed 15 November 2014. [14] Google Scholar site, http://scholar.google.com, accessed 15 November 2014. [15] Web of Science/Knowledge site, http://thomsonreuters.com/thomson-reuters-web-of-science/, accessed 15 November 2014 [16] ITB Library site, http://www.lib.itb.ac.id, accessed 15 November 2014. [17] ScienceDirect Database site, http://www.sciencedirect.com, accessed 15 November 2014. [18] Elsevier Site, http://www.elsevier.com, accessed 15 November 2014. [19] Springer Sciences site, http://www.springer.com, accessed 15 November 2014. [20] DOAJ, http://www.doaj.org, accessed 15 November 2014. [21] PeerJ, http://www.peerj.com, accessed 15 November 2014. [22] HESS, http://www.hydrol-earth-syst-sci.net/, accessed 15 November 2014. [23] PLOS one site, http://www.plosone.org/, accessed 15 November 2014. [24] ArXiv site, http://www.arxiv.org, accessed 15 November 2014.
  36. 36. Dasapta Erwin Irawan Faculty of Earth Sciences and Technology Institut Teknologi Bandung 19 January 2015 Reference management A mini course_1_2 Image: flickr/jasonparis
  37. 37. DEI, ITB 3 Outline
  38. 38. 4 Part 1: intro to reference management ● 1.1 common problems and solutions – common problems in scientific writing (papers, thesis, dissertation) – common mistakes in writing – the proposed tools and solutions
  39. 39. 5 Part 1: intro to reference management ● 1.2 What is reference management – How does it {help} to our writing and what are the tools needed – Where to get the {apps} and why does it have to be opensource – How to {install} Reference Manager and connect it to our word processor
  40. 40. DEI, ITB 6 What is reference/citation management systems[9] A system used for {Storing} {Organizing} and {Sharing} reference collections
  41. 41. 7 How does it {help} ● {Get} ideas
  42. 42. 8 How does it {help} ● {Choose} ideas
  43. 43. 9 How does it {help} ● {Formulate} ideas
  44. 44. 10 How does it {help} ● {Keep track} of your ideas
  45. 45. 11 How does it {help} ● Build one of multiple {digital} library(ies) and reading list(s)
  46. 46. 12 How does it {help} ● Organize your {pdfs}
  47. 47. 13 How does it {help} ● Based on {topics/ideas}
  48. 48. 14 what are the tools needed ● {Apps:} Reference/citation manager ● We will use {Zotero}[2] ● Read also: Wikipedia[11]
  49. 49. 15 what are the tools needed ● {database/index}: Reference/citation manager ● We will use {Scopus}[10] ● Read also: Wikipedia[11]
  50. 50. 16 References [1] Creative Common License site, https://creativecommons.org/licenses/, accessed 15 November 2014. [2] Zotero site, http://www.zotero.org, accessed 15 November 2014. [3] Mendeley site, http://www.mendeley.org, accessed 15 November 2014. [4] Docear site, http://www.docear.org, accessed 15 November 2014. [5] Endnote (Thomson Reuters) site, http://www.endnote.com, accessed 15 November 2014. [6] Evernote site, http://www.evernote.com, accessed 15 November 2014. [7] Growly Note site, http://www.growlybird.com, accessed 15 November 2014. [8] Microsoft OneNote site, http://www.onenote.com , accessed 15 November 2014. [9] MaxPlanck Institute of Biochem site,https://www.biochem.mpg.de/en/facilities/ivs/BibMgmt, accessed 15 November 2014. [10] Scopus scientific database site, http://www.scopus.com, accessed 15 November 2014. [11] Wikipedia Free Encyclopedia site, http://en.wikipedia.org, accessed 15 November 2014. [12] JabRef site, http://jabref.sourceforge.net/, accessed 15 November 2014. [13] BibDesk site, http://bibdesk.sourceforge.net/, accessed 15 November 2014. [14] Google Scholar site, http://scholar.google.com, accessed 15 November 2014. [15] Web of Science/Knowledge site, http://thomsonreuters.com/thomson-reuters-web-of-science/, accessed 15 November 2014 [16] ITB Library site, http://www.lib.itb.ac.id, accessed 15 November 2014. [17] ScienceDirect Database site, http://www.sciencedirect.com, accessed 15 November 2014. [18] Elsevier Site, http://www.elsevier.com, accessed 15 November 2014. [19] Springer Sciences site, http://www.springer.com, accessed 15 November 2014. [20] DOAJ, http://www.doaj.org, accessed 15 November 2014. [21] PeerJ, http://www.peerj.com, accessed 15 November 2014. [22] HESS, http://www.hydrol-earth-syst-sci.net/, accessed 15 November 2014. [23] PLOS one site, http://www.plosone.org/, accessed 15 November 2014. [24] ArXiv site, http://www.arxiv.org, accessed 15 November 2014.
  51. 51. Dasapta Erwin Irawan 1 Dasapta Erwin Irawan Faculty of Earth Sciences and Technology Institut Teknologi Bandung 19 January 2015 Reference management A mini course 2_1_1 Image: flickr/jasonparis
  52. 52. Dasapta Erwin Irawan 6 Outline
  53. 53. Dasapta Erwin Irawan 7 Part 2: how to retrieve references ● 2.1 Where to find: – Library and its website – Databases: ● Free: Google Scholar[13] (free), ● ITB subscription: Scopus[10], Web of science[15], ITB Library (http://www.lib.itb.ac.id/e-journal, ) http://www.lib.itb.ac.id/e-book
  54. 54. Dasapta Erwin Irawan 8 Part 2: how to retrieve references ● Publishers: – Conventional: Sciencedirect[17] (options: conventional, open access), Elsevier[18] (options: conventional, open access), Springer Sciences[19] (options: conventional, open access) – Open access: DOAJ[20], PeerJ[21], HESS[22], PLOSone[23], ArXiv[24]etc
  55. 55. Dasapta Erwin Irawan 9 Part 2: how to retrieve references ● Community, social media: – ResearchGate, – Academia, – ResearchID.
  56. 56. Dasapta Erwin Irawan 10 Part 2: how to retrieve references ● 2.2 tweaking the keywords – What is a keyword – What is keyword's operator – How to get the best search results – Use "Google Scholar" alert notification – How to store the information
  57. 57. Dasapta Erwin Irawan 11 Where to {find} {Conventional} library flickr/mellydoll
  58. 58. Dasapta Erwin Irawan 12 Where to{find} {Digital} library
  59. 59. Dasapta Erwin Irawan 13 Where to{find} ● Databases/indexes: Google Scholar[13] Free, can be accessed anywhere, cloud based Provides research profile, email notification Mature platform Massive results Need more filtering Limited analysis
  60. 60. Dasapta Erwin Irawan 14 Where to{find} ● Databases/indexes: Google Scholar[13] ● Email notification: for new citation or new papers
  61. 61. Dasapta Erwin Irawan 15 Where to{find} ● Email notification: for new citation
  62. 62. Dasapta Erwin Irawan 16 Where to{find} ● Email notification: new papers
  63. 63. Dasapta Erwin Irawan 17 Where to{find} ● How to {get} it? – Set up a Google account – Go to alert
  64. 64. Dasapta Erwin Irawan 18 Where to{find} ● How to {get} it? – Set up a Google account – Go to alert – Create alert
  65. 65. Dasapta Erwin Irawan 19 Where to{find} ● How to {get} it? – Set up a Google account – Go to alert – Create alert – Enter your keywords and email
  66. 66. Part 2: how to retrieve references ● 2.2 tweaking the keywords – What is a keyword – What is keyword's operator – How to get the best search results – Use "Google Scholar" alert notification – How to store the information
  67. 67. Dasapta Erwin Irawan 21 Tweaking your keywords ● What is {keywords}? – Keywords are the words that academics use to {reveal the internal structure}of an author's reasoning[11].
  68. 68. Dasapta Erwin Irawan 22 Tweaking your keywords ● What is {keywords search}? – Keyword research' is a practice used by search engine optimization professionals to find and research actual {search terms}people enter into the search engines when conducting a search[11].
  69. 69. Dasapta Erwin Irawan 23 Tweaking your keywords ● How to get keywords? – {Read} and {listen} more
  70. 70. Dasapta Erwin Irawan 24 Tweaking your keywords ● How to get keywords? – {Read} and {listen} more – Try {Google Trends} to get more combinations (http://www.google.com/trends/
  71. 71. Dasapta Erwin Irawan 25
  72. 72. Dasapta Erwin Irawan 26
  73. 73. Dasapta Erwin Irawan 27
  74. 74. Dasapta Erwin Irawan 28
  75. 75. Dasapta Erwin Irawan 29
  76. 76. Tweaking your keywords ● How to get keywords? – {Read} and {listen} more – Try {Google Trends} to get more combinations (http://www.google.com/trends/ – Use {operators}: ● (AND) ------------------------> hydrogeology (AND) regional planning ● (OR) ---------------------------> hydrogeology (OR) regional planning ● “key 1 key 2” ------------------> “hydrogeology regional planning” ● Allintitle: keywords –--------→ allintitle: hydrogeology regional planning ● Allintext: keywords –--------→ allintext: hydrogeology regional planning ● Author: “name” –-------------> author: Irawan, DE ; author: “Dasapta Erwin” ● Site: “site” ----------------------> “hydrogeology regional planning” site:flickr.com ● Filetype:“pdf, doc, xls, etc” → “hydrogeology regional planning” filetype:pdf
  77. 77. Tweaking your keywords ● How to get keywords? – {Read} and {listen} more – Try {Google Trends} to get more combinations ( http://www.google.com/trends/ – Use {operators}: – Use {multiple} sets of keywords – Use {advanced search} mode
  78. 78. Let's try it out ● Use database: – Google Scholar – Scopus
  79. 79. Which one to choose? ● Strongly depends on your {purpose}?
  80. 80. Which one to choose? ● Strongly depends on your {purpose}? ● Use the following {criteria}: – Number of docs found: use one with the {lowest} results
  81. 81. Which one to choose? ● Strongly depends on your {purpose}? ● Use the following {criteria}: – Number of docs found: use one with the {lowest} results – Type of docs found: use one with the most {complete} types: ● Peer-reviewed papers ● Conference proceedings ● Technical reports
  82. 82. Now let's try using Scopus ● In class practice
  83. 83. References [1] Creative Common License site, https://creativecommons.org/licenses/, accessed 15 November 2014. [2] Zotero site, http://www.zotero.org, accessed 15 November 2014. [3] Mendeley site, http://www.mendeley.org, accessed 15 November 2014. [4] Docear site, http://www.docear.org, accessed 15 November 2014. [5] Endnote (Thomson Reuters) site, http://www.endnote.com, accessed 15 November 2014. [6] Evernote site, http://www.evernote.com, accessed 15 November 2014. [7] Growly Note site, http://www.growlybird.com, accessed 15 November 2014. [8] Microsoft OneNote site, http://www.onenote.com , accessed 15 November 2014. [9] MaxPlanck Institute of Biochem site,https://www.biochem.mpg.de/en/facilities/ivs/BibMgmt, accessed 15 November 2014. [10] Scopus scientific database site, http://www.scopus.com, accessed 15 November 2014. [11] Wikipedia Free Encyclopedia site, http://en.wikipedia.org, accessed 15 November 2014. [12] JabRef site, http://jabref.sourceforge.net/, accessed 15 November 2014. [13] BibDesk site, http://bibdesk.sourceforge.net/, accessed 15 November 2014. [14] Google Scholar site, http://scholar.google.com, accessed 15 November 2014. [15] Web of Science/Knowledge site, http://thomsonreuters.com/thomson-reuters-web-of-science/, accessed 15 November 2014 [16] ITB Library site, http://www.lib.itb.ac.id, accessed 15 November 2014. [17] ScienceDirect Database site, http://www.sciencedirect.com, accessed 15 November 2014. [18] Elsevier Site, http://www.elsevier.com, accessed 15 November 2014. [19] Springer Sciences site, http://www.springer.com, accessed 15 November 2014. [20] DOAJ, http://www.doaj.org, accessed 15 November 2014. [21] PeerJ, http://www.peerj.com, accessed 15 November 2014. [22] HESS, http://www.hydrol-earth-syst-sci.net/, accessed 15 November 2014. [23] PLOS one site, http://www.plosone.org/, accessed 15 November 2014. [24] ArXiv site, http://www.arxiv.org, accessed 15 November 2014.
  84. 84. Dasapta Erwin Irawan 1 Dasapta Erwin Irawan Faculty of Earth Sciences and Technology Institut Teknologi Bandung 19 January 2015 Reference management A mini course_2_1_2 Image: flickr/jasonparis
  85. 85. Dasapta Erwin Irawan 6 Outline
  86. 86. Dasapta Erwin Irawan 7 Part 2: how to retrieve references ● 2.1 Where to find: – Library and its website – Databases: ● Free: Google Scholar[13] (free), ● ITB subscription: Scopus[10], Web of science[15], ITB Library (http://www.lib.itb.ac.id/e-journal, ) http://www.lib.itb.ac.id/e-book
  87. 87. Dasapta Erwin Irawan 8 Part 2: how to retrieve references ● Publishers: – Conventional: Sciencedirect[17] (options: conventional, open access), Elsevier[18] (options: conventional, open access), Springer Sciences[19] (options: conventional, open access) – Open access: DOAJ[20], PeerJ[21], HESS[22], PLOSone[23], ArXiv[24]etc
  88. 88. Dasapta Erwin Irawan 9 Part 2: how to retrieve references ● Community, social media: – ResearchGate, – Academia, – ResearchID.
  89. 89. Dasapta Erwin Irawan 10 Part 2: how to retrieve references ● 2.2 tweaking the keywords – What is a keyword – What is keyword's operator – How to get the best search results – Use "Google Scholar" alert notification – How to store the information
  90. 90. Dasapta Erwin Irawan 11 How to store the information? ● {Citation info} is very important. ● What is {it}? ● It's the {metadata} of a doc ● Contains {important info} of the doc: title, author, year, abstract, journal, etc
  91. 91. Dasapta Erwin Irawan 12 How to store the information? ● What is {BibTex} format? – Is one of the widely used citation info format – Text {ASCII} based, so it's {universal} – You can use it with any citation manager apps: Zotero, Mendeley, EndNote, etc – {RIS} format is also text based
  92. 92. Dasapta Erwin Irawan 13 How to store the information? ● Are there any other citation info formats? – Yes, it's called {binary} format – It can only be read by specific associated app – Eg: {ENL} (EndNote), etc
  93. 93. Dasapta Erwin Irawan 14 How to store the information? ● How to get {citation info}? – Look for button or menu – {Cite} or – {Export citation} or – {Download citation}
  94. 94. Dasapta Erwin Irawan 15 How to store the information?
  95. 95. Dasapta Erwin Irawan 16
  96. 96. Dasapta Erwin Irawan 17 {Copy and paste} these lines into a text file Save as {*.bib} Then import it using “new item” from {Zotero}
  97. 97. Dasapta Erwin Irawan 18 How to store the information? ● How to store {citation info}? {Copy and paste} these lines into a text file Save as {*.bib} Then import it using “new item” from {Zotero}
  98. 98. Dasapta Erwin Irawan 19 How to store it? Or, There's other easier way Use Zotero for Firefox add-on Mendeley has it too There's add-on for Chrome But, AFAIK it doesn't work as smooth as in Firefox
  99. 99. Dasapta Erwin Irawan 20 Now let's try some exercise Have you downloaded and installed Zotero's: ● standalone app? ● Firefox add-on ● LibreOffice/MsWord connector ● Go to Zotero.org
  100. 100. Dasapta Erwin Irawan 21 Now let's try some exercise ● Getting citation info from Google Scholar ● Getting citation info from Scopus ● Store it into Zotero Library
  101. 101. References [1] Creative Common License site, https://creativecommons.org/licenses/, accessed 15 November 2014. [2] Zotero site, http://www.zotero.org, accessed 15 November 2014. [3] Mendeley site, http://www.mendeley.org, accessed 15 November 2014. [4] Docear site, http://www.docear.org, accessed 15 November 2014. [5] Endnote (Thomson Reuters) site, http://www.endnote.com, accessed 15 November 2014. [6] Evernote site, http://www.evernote.com, accessed 15 November 2014. [7] Growly Note site, http://www.growlybird.com, accessed 15 November 2014. [8] Microsoft OneNote site, http://www.onenote.com , accessed 15 November 2014. [9] MaxPlanck Institute of Biochem site,https://www.biochem.mpg.de/en/facilities/ivs/BibMgmt, accessed 15 November 2014. [10] Scopus scientific database site, http://www.scopus.com, accessed 15 November 2014. [11] Wikipedia Free Encyclopedia site, http://en.wikipedia.org, accessed 15 November 2014. [12] JabRef site, http://jabref.sourceforge.net/, accessed 15 November 2014. [13] BibDesk site, http://bibdesk.sourceforge.net/, accessed 15 November 2014. [14] Google Scholar site, http://scholar.google.com, accessed 15 November 2014. [15] Web of Science/Knowledge site, http://thomsonreuters.com/thomson-reuters-web-of-science/, accessed 15 November 2014 [16] ITB Library site, http://www.lib.itb.ac.id, accessed 15 November 2014. [17] ScienceDirect Database site, http://www.sciencedirect.com, accessed 15 November 2014. [18] Elsevier Site, http://www.elsevier.com, accessed 15 November 2014. [19] Springer Sciences site, http://www.springer.com, accessed 15 November 2014. [20] DOAJ, http://www.doaj.org, accessed 15 November 2014. [21] PeerJ, http://www.peerj.com, accessed 15 November 2014. [22] HESS, http://www.hydrol-earth-syst-sci.net/, accessed 15 November 2014. [23] PLOS one site, http://www.plosone.org/, accessed 15 November 2014. [24] ArXiv site, http://www.arxiv.org, accessed 15 November 2014.
  102. 102. Dasapta Erwin Irawan Faculty of Earth Sciences and Technology Institut Teknologi Bandung 19 January 2015 Reference management A mini course_2_2 Image: flickr/jasonparis
  103. 103. Let's try some inclass exercise ● Go to to any other databases ● Eg: – ArXiv.org – Sciencedirect.com – Proquest.com – Etc
  104. 104. Let's try some inclass exercise ● Use your own sets of keywords
  105. 105. Let's try some inclass exercise ● Do some analysis ● Eg: – How many docs in the results – What types of doc – How is the yearly distribution – What are the author's affilitions – What are the author's country of origins
  106. 106. Let's try some inclass exercise ● Store the citation in your Zotero library ● Attach the associated pdfs
  107. 107. Let's try some inclass exercise ● Try to make some notes on a selected paper
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  109. 109. Dasapta Erwin Irawan Faculty of Earth Sciences and Technology Institut Teknologi Bandung 19 January 2015 Reference management A mini course_3 Using Zotero Image: flickr/jasonparis
  110. 110. Outline ● 3.1 Terms in Zotero ● 3.2 Adding item ● 3.3 Attaching pdf ● 3.4 Adding notes ● 3.5 Choosing and adding citation style (csl) ● 3.6 Searching item ● 3.7 Exporting library, collection, sub collection ● 3.8 Syncing library ● 3.9 Connecting Zotero to Firefox ● 3.10 Connecting Zotero to word processor: – 3.10.1 LibreOffice – 3.10.2 Microsoft Word
  111. 111. Welcome to Zotero
  112. 112. Some terms Terms
  113. 113. Here we call a paper as an "item" an item/a paper
  114. 114. A collection is group of papers, with the same topic Screen Shot 2015-01-19 at 5.49.55 AM.png
  115. 115. A subcollection is a group of papers, with the same su Screen Shot 2015-01-19 at 5.50.25 AM.png
  116. 116. A library is a complete list of your papers, collections, a library
  117. 117. How to add a new item/paper
  118. 118. Manually Menu > New Item
  119. 119. Automatic mode: Menu > Import
  120. 120. Select the bib file
  121. 121. There's your item
  122. 122. Automatic mode: Entering the DOI/ISBN
  123. 123. Note the DOI from this paper
  124. 124. How to attach pdf
  125. 125. Attach button
  126. 126. Attach options
  127. 127. How to add some notes
  128. 128. You can add some notes/ paraphrase here
  129. 129. Here's your notes/ paraphrase
  130. 130. How to choose CSL
  131. 131. Here's you CSL pref window
  132. 132. What is CSL (Wikipedia)
  133. 133. The CSL creates this
  134. 134. Zotero's CSL library, search, and download
  135. 135. Installing new CSL file
  136. 136. Here's your new CSL
  137. 137. How to find something
  138. 138. Search window
  139. 139. How to export your doc
  140. 140. Export your entire library
  141. 141. Export your collection
  142. 142. Select your format
  143. 143. How to sync your library
  144. 144. Here's your "sync" button
  145. 145. This is why you need to make an acc
  146. 146. How to connect to Firefox: store info directly from Fir
  147. 147. Install the add-on first
  148. 148. Enter your keyword
  149. 149. This is your results
  150. 150. Zotero detects the available results, select
  151. 151. Zotero saving the docs, in the cloud
  152. 152. Here's your cloud library
  153. 153. Don't forget to sync
  154. 154. How to connect LO and MSW with Zotero
  155. 155. Install the add-on first
  156. 156. Left is MsW, right is LO
  157. 157. Adding citation
  158. 158. Adding citation
  159. 159. Adding bibliography
  160. 160. Changing style
  161. 161. Style changed
  162. 162. How to connect LO and MSW with Zotero
  163. 163. Install the add-on first
  164. 164. Left is MsW, right is LO
  165. 165. Adding citation
  166. 166. Adding citation
  167. 167. Adding citation
  168. 168. Adding bibliography
  169. 169. Adding bibliography
  170. 170. Changing style
  171. 171. Changing style
  172. 172. Changing style
  173. 173. Style changed

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