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Reference managers (Historical Research: Skills & Sources)

This video for students on the Historical Research: Skills & Sources (online) course introduces you to two of the popular reference managers currently in use at the University: EndNote and…

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DE Discussions: Zotero

A recording of a session for the MSc in Digital Education programme on using Zotero for research and teaching.

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Managing Your References Using Zotero

Zotero is a popular free open-source reference management tool that can help you stay in control of your references and create citations automatically.This video will guide you through adding…

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(IAD-PGR) Finding Academic Literature (Science&Engineering)

This provides a brief introduction to resources and services available from the Library and will focus on how to search using bibliographic databases. The main purpose of the session is to help you…

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Zotero in Word - Footnote citations

A short video demonstrating how you can use Zotero to insert footnotes in Word, using Chicago (footnotes) style.

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Using reference managers and avoiding plagiarism (MSc Critical Care)

This session covered Good practice in academic writing when using others' works, and where to go for more information about avoiding plagiarism. What needs to be cited in your work. How to…

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Citoid performance for news article citations on Wikipedia - Andrew Lih and Robert Fernandez (WikiCite 2017)

Citoid performance for news article citations (Andrew Lih and Robert Fernandez), Presentation: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1HI1FMZQ1Wkg15d1ny8Qynfq4JkvPA_C46r7cOVm2xDM/editAndrew -…

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Citoid (the box on Wikipedia that resolves citations): State of the art and Wikidata integration - Katie Filbert, James Forrester

Citoid: runs the box on Wikipedia that resolves citations - currently can resolve PMID/PMCID, DOI, ISBN, URL - via Zotero, CrossRef (DOIs), WorldCat (ISBN: added recently) URL (web page) scraping:…

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