You must register on a university computer but you can use it anywhere
- Go to the EndNote Web website at: www.endnoteweb.com
- Under the Quick Links menu on the left of the screen select EndNote Web login
- On the login page, click on the link New to EndNote Web? – “Sign up for an account” (Note: If you have already registered for an account with Web of KnowledgeSM, ResearcherID, Thomson InnovationSM you won’t need to register. Login with the details for that account)
- This will take you to a registration page which you will need to complete. You will be asked to supply an email address and a password. This does not need to be your university email and password.
- Once registered, you need to enter your email address and password on the login page to access your account. You can also go straight to the EndNote Web login page from www.myendnoteweb.com
- If you do not use EndNote Web for 12 months you will have to renew your account.
What is Google Reader and what are RSS feeds?
- Use Google Reader to keep up with websites that have frequent updates, e.g. blogs.
- Google Reader uses stuff called RSS feeds – found on loads of websites.
- If you see this symbol, you can add the site to your feed reader:
This video explains Google Reader in Plain English.
- Create feeds from your searches on some databases and see them in Google Reader
- Efficiency: you only have to check one place
- Remember sites of interest to you
- Basically, you’re personalising the internet
Mendeley is a reference manager with a difference, it allows you to discover and share material with colleagues and like minded researchers.
Described as the largest crowd sourced library in the world, Mendely can put you in touch with reseach you didn’t know existed and offers customised and peer recommendations for what to read next. You can view and select popular papers, or browse subject disciplines to select the topics of most interest to you. You can install the Mendeley web importer tool to enable you to import papers as you find them online.
This video quickly tells you what Mendeley is:
On a practical day-to-day basis, Mendeley will allow you to:
- drag and drop files into your Mendeley desktop
- import bibliographic data from web documents, everything from catalogue records to Wikipedia
- annotate and highlight your documents
- create custom citations and bibliographies in your MS Word and OpenOffice documents
- choose from a range of citation styles
- export your bibliography in a range of formats
You’ll find a useful getting started guide is automatically downloaded into your Mendeley Library.
Register for Mendeley
Download for desktop
Download from apple store
Videos and tutorials
Mendeley Resource Center
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This is the new Royal Holloway Library blog.
You will find tips, help and news here.
A shipmate needs help. They’d like to read Treasure Island but don’t know where to find it in the library. Can you help them?
You also need to answer the following two questions on your answer sheet:
5. If you borrowed a short loan book on Tuesday at 11am, when would it be due back?
6. Who is the Information Consultant that looks after your subject? (please state subject too)