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CHEM 295: Intro to Research Ind. Study

Subject Librarian

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Jodi Psoter
Contact:
Perkins Library
919-660-5926

Changes for Fall 2020

Much has changed in life, on campus, and at the Duke Unviversities Libraries as we naviagate this semester.  Fall 2020 at the Libraries is your best source for up-to-date information about buildings, resources, and remote access.  As always, I am available for research consults via Zoom and can be contacted via email.  

Getting Started

For this class, you will be finding information and developing your information research process.  Your final project is a literature review focusing on your current lab research.  Use this guide as a starting point and feel free to email me to schedule research appointments as needed.

Prep steps for Endnote

Endnote Set-Up Steps

  1. Download and install EndNote from Duke's software download site.
    • Be sure to unzip/extract the files before trying to install.
    • Be sure Word is not open when installing.
       
  2. After installing, open EndNote and install any updates.
    • For Mac, go under the "EndNote" menu and choose "Check for Updates."
    • For Windows, click "Help" and choose "Check for Updates."
       
  3. Check that the EndNote toolbar or tab now appears in Word. If you don't have the toolbar/tab, see the EndNote FAQ.
     
  4. Add Find Full Text functionality to EndNote
    • Go to EndNote Preferences (under Edit for PCs and the EndNote name for Macs)
    • Click Find Full Text
    • In OpenURL Path, enter http://getitatduke.library.duke.edu
    • In the Authenticate URL, enter http://proxy.lib.duke.edu/login
    • Click OK
       
  5. Add journal abbreviations for journal names (if your citation style uses abbreviations – see question titled Styles 4)
     
  6. Add export link in Google Scholar results
    • Go to Google Scholar
    • Click the Settings gear at top of screen
    • Under Bibliography Manager, click button "Show links to import citations into" and choose "EndNote"
  1.  Learn more about Endnote at:  http://clarivate.libguides.com/endnote_training/home
  1. Open a New Library.  Note that Endnote created your library as a .enl file and a separate forlder with a .data extension.  These two parts must be kept together to work correctly!
  1. Bonus info:  Set up Google Scholar to connect to the Duke Libraries.

Endnote Preferences

Install LibKey

Install LibKey Nomad in the Chrome browser and benefit from cover images, article in context links and one-click access to PDFs while you search.

 

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get it @ Duke link

 
 In Scholar Settings
 1. Settings
 2. Library Links
 3. Type Duke…