Library News Archive

February

Endnote Web Workshops for Graduate Students

Learn how to collect, organize and format citations using EndNote Web. Michael Flowers, the EndNote Web support specialist for IFAS will demonstrate how to quickly export citations from a variety of science & engineering databases to create a bibliography. All classes will be in Marston Science Library, room L308. No registration required. For more information contact the instruction coordinator for Marston, Margeaux Johnson, at margeaux@ufl.edu.

Refworks Workshops

Refworks is a citation management program that saves you hours of time as you put together your academic papers, including your thesis or dissertation.

“The Basics” (Intro) workshop demonstrates how to use Refworks with various databases to create bibliographies and other citations.

The “RefGrab-It, Write-N-Cite, and RefShare” (Advanced) workshop demonstrates additional features of RefWorks. RefGrab-It allows you to capture citations from the web while Write-n-Cite enables creation of both in-text citations within your documents and corresponding works cited page. RefShare allows sharing of RefWorks citation lists.

No registration is needed.

Schedule:

All workshop sessions will be held at Marston Science Library, in room MSL308.
If you have any questions, please contact Margeaux Johnson at margeaux@ufl.edu

BSC 2011L Library Assignment

BSC 2011L Students should visit the BSC 20011L course guide for help in completing your library assignment. Be sure to view the power point presentation there before starting the worksheet.

New Print and Photocopy Service

Effective Sept 4, the Libraries have switched the printing and photocopying service to Canon. The new service uses your Gator 1 card vending account. Please see details at http://www.uflib.ufl.edu/printing/

Follow MSL on Twitter

The Marston Science Library now has a Twitter account. Please follow us in order to recieve updates and news on Marston services and events. You can sign up to recieve these updates via your mobile device, or you can find the updates on the web at: http://twitter.com/UFSciLibrary.

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