Thomson Reuters are doing away with the term “EndNote Web”, not the product itself.
The 2 products formally known in this way will equivalent to :-
EndNote- This is the purchased software (available to us on the Cardiff University network) which also gives us access to an online account with 5GB of attachments.
EndNote Basic- This is an online only account. It can be created by anyone and is free to use. Its main limitations are that is has 2GB for attachments and 21 output styles and 5 connection filters. The 21 output styles are listed at the end of this blog post.
EndNote desktop users will get access to all the great time savers like ‘Find Full Text’ and ‘Import PDF’ and on Syncing their Library to their online account, so they can access their reference anywhere in the world, including via a mobile or the iPad app.
We actually see that there is also a 3rd route available to off campus users or distance learners who access EndNote via Web of Knowledge – This one is the “Basic” account but it will have access to all the styles and database connections set up by the University (just like this type of “EndNote Web” account did) but now it also has the 2GB for attachments.
1 ABNT (Author–‐Date).ens
2 ABNT (Citation–‐Order).ens
5 APA 6th.ens
7 Chicago 16th Footnote.ens
8 Chicago 16th Author–‐Date.ens
9 Cite Them Right–‐Harvard.ens
10 CSE Style Manual C–‐S.ens
11 CSE Style Manual N–‐Y.ens
17 Refman RIS.ens
19 Turabian Bibliography.ens
20 Turabian Reference List.ens
You can avoid paying library fines by ensuring your books stay within their loan period.
Login to ‘My Library Account’ to renew your books http://librarysearch.cf.ac.uk
or use the Cardiff University Mobile app to login to your account.
Check your account regularly and renew or return your books on or before the due date.
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Have a look at the NHS Health Apps Library http://apps.nhs.uk/ which is a collection of reviewed apps suitable for patients in monitoring their health.
We’re running a session on the 3rd of June introducing Apps which may be effective in managing your research workflow. Look here for details:
Those of you in the throes of your dissertation, if you need some help tweaking references and general library advice we have the following sessions where you can just drop in for help. All sessions are in the small IT lab in the Health Library, Cochrane Building.
|Thursday 16th May||12.00-1.00pm|
|Wednesday 22nd May||1.00-2.00pm|
|Friday 31st May||12.00-1.00pm|
|Wednesday 5th June||12.30-1.30pm|
|Monday 10th June||12.30-1.30pm|
|Wednesday 19th June||12.00-1.00pm|
|Tuesday 25th June||12.00-1.00pm|
We’ve got some new training sessions offered – look at the page above ‘Teaching Programme’ to find details of dates and times.
Here are some of our new sessions that we are offering for the first time;
Open Access Workshop
“There’s an App for that!” – Mobile Apps
Using Prezi to present
Web and Library Medicine
Web and Library Nursing
Our full programme is here http://www.cardiff.ac.uk/insrv/libraries/health/training/trainingschedule.html
Let us know if you would like to see anything specific covered.
Wilma Mossinck of Jisc Collections will be leading a workshop on Open Access publishing, and its implications on authors, on:
Friday 24th May, 10.30am – 12.30pm
Bute Building, room 1.50
The workshop is open to all authors, researchers, and research students who would like to know what they can expect from publishers with regards to Open Access, and what they can ask for.
Wilma Mossinck is a specialist in negotiating publishing contracts, and the workshop will cover the differences between transferring copyright and licensing, and what the new Creative Commons licenses mean in Open Access publishing. All kinds of publication can be covered, including monographs, theses and articles.
There is no need to book to attend this event, please just come along on the day. However, please note that the capacity of the room is limited so seating will be available on a ‘first come, first served’ basis.