Endnote Web a really useful tool for collaborative work as it has the ability to share groups of citations with other people . As long as both you and the person with which you want to share a group of citations have Endnote Web accounts, sharing citations is very easy. To register for Endnote Web see this post.
The instructions for sharing groups of citations are below.
1) Click on the Organize tab
2) Click the Manage Sharing button next to the group you want to share
3) Click the Start sharing this group link
4) A new window will open. Enter the email address of the person(s) you want to share the group of citations with (Note: the email address you enter needs to be the same one that the person you are going to share with has associated with his/her own Endnote Web account). Select either Read only or Read & Write privileges. Click the Applybutton and then the Close window link
5) To review your sharing settings. Click on the Organize tab at the top of the page. Check the box in the Share column next to the group you want to share
Note: Once you have shared a group you will see an icon next to groups you have shared on the My References page indicating it is a group you are sharing with others
Did you know that you can link Google Scholar to the library here at Royal Holloway and also Senate House? It’s a really useful thing to do as it means when you search for things you can check both collections.
Go to Google Scholar
Login with or create a Google Account if you don’t already have one.
From the Google Scholar home page click on Settings in top right hand corner.
From the Settings Page click on Library links from the left hand side
If you are on campus Royal Holloway will automatically appear, along with Open WorldCat. Off campus you may need to search for Royal Holloway (if you log in and save this you will only need to search once).
Search for Senate House.
Check both boxes next to Senate House Libraries – Available at Senate House and University of London Senate House – Full Text @ My Library.
You will need to register to use Senate House resources.
There is more information on Senate House in this post.
Now when you search using Google Scholar you will be able to see if the article is available through Royal Holloway library or Senate House.
Find it @ RHUL will often appear to the right of the citation but if it doesn’t click More below the citations to see options for Senate House and if appropriate Find it @ RHUL
With many students thinking about dissertations it seemed a good time to remind you about Senate House Library. This amazing resource is open to all students and provides many excellent resources for all disciplines.
You can use their online resources without visiting. Simply register online to use Senate House Library e-resources
You can view their database collections here either by subject area or as a complete A-Z list.
These are some particularly useful databases for Royal Holloway students which you can access via Senate House:
You will also find many journals that will be relevant for your studies. If you find the Royal Holloway Library Service don’t subscribe to a journal or our subscription doesn’t cover the years you require then you should also check the Senate House catalogue.
You can access the print collections of Senate House by visiting them in central London. You can borrow books and return them to the drop box on campus at the University of London Depository (Building 39 on campus map). The drop box is located just outside the main entrance at the top of the stairs and there are a few things to note:
- The box is open 24/7
- Items deposited will be taken off your account on the same working day
- Fines money cannot be taken at the Depository, and nor can fines disputes be dealt with there
Solve this anagram to find the next clue:
You also need to answer the following two questions on your answer sheet:
1. In which library would you find the History collection?
2. Books are classified by subject using a numerical system (Dewey Decimal Classification scheme). What is the number for books on Music?