library research for opt 385 winter 2006 carol stephenson tim ireland l.
Download
Skip this Video
Loading SlideShow in 5 Seconds..
Library Research for Opt 385 Winter 2006 Carol Stephenson & Tim Ireland PowerPoint Presentation
Download Presentation
Library Research for Opt 385 Winter 2006 Carol Stephenson & Tim Ireland

Loading in 2 Seconds...

play fullscreen
1 / 44

Library Research for Opt 385 Winter 2006 Carol Stephenson & Tim Ireland - PowerPoint PPT Presentation


  • 255 Views
  • Uploaded on

Library Research for Opt 385 Winter 2006 Carol Stephenson & Tim Ireland PubMed to RefWorks Hints and tips PubMed is the openly accessible index to the biomedical journal literature. It provides subject access to article citations from over 5,000 journals.

loader
I am the owner, or an agent authorized to act on behalf of the owner, of the copyrighted work described.
capcha
Download Presentation

PowerPoint Slideshow about 'Library Research for Opt 385 Winter 2006 Carol Stephenson & Tim Ireland' - albert


An Image/Link below is provided (as is) to download presentation

Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.


- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Presentation Transcript
library research for opt 385 winter 2006 carol stephenson tim ireland
Library Research for Opt 385 Winter 2006Carol Stephenson & Tim Ireland

PubMed to RefWorks Hints and tips

PubMed is the openly accessible index to the biomedical journal literature. It provides subject access to article citations from over 5,000 journals.

RefWorks is the Library sponsored web-accessible bibliographic management software package that willcollect, store and organize citations. It will correctly format bibliographies and manuscripts automatically to the bibliographic style you select

slide7

Browse summary articles. MARK and send to Clipboard

Limits Toggle On / Off

Send to

Clipboard

Mark

you can add additional keywords mesh terms or publication types to further restrict your search
You can add additional keywords, MeSH terms or publication types to further restrict your search

(“case reports”[pt] OR review[pt])

Other valuable limit – “clinical trial”. Complete list of publication type limits at

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/bv.fcgi?rid=helppubmed.section.

pubmedhelp.Searching_PubMed#pubmedhelp.Publication_Types

slide13

From 24,000 initially to 118 citations with MeSH and limits

Citation display, sort by journal, mark and send to clipboard

3

1

2

article 1 marked and send to clipboard note how citation display is different from summary display
Article 1 marked and send to clipboard. Note how citation display is different from summary display

1

2

3

pubmed searching taking stock
PubMed searching - “Taking stock”
  • Run a keyword search
    • Add some limits
    • Browse citations to identify keywords, articles of interest
    • Mark and save to clipboard
  • Refine your strategy
    • Use MeSH to refine your search
    • Add other terms or additional limits
    • Mark and save to clipboard
  • Use additional specialized MeSH features
    • Special Querieshttp://www.nlm.nih.gov/bsd/special_queries.html
    • History tab to combine previous searches
  • “Searched out?” Save citations to RefWorks
slide19
Saving to RefWorks: Click on Clipboard tab. Change display to MEDLINE (note how the display changes). Send to TEXT

1

2

3

4

refworks
RefWorks
  • Web based
  • Store and organize citations
  • Get material
  • Correctly format papers and bibliographies in the style you select
what we are doing today
What we are doing today…
  • Create your RefWorks account
  • Import references automatically
  • Get articles
  • Write and cite to input citations
  • Format your paper and create your bibliography
slide26

Lets create our account!

The screen confirms the location you are logging in from.

But we want to create our account!

If you ever forget your password, you can have it re-sent to you

If you login from off campus at a later time, you will need to provide the Group Code. This is sent to you in an e-mail from RefWorks, or you can request it at the services desk.

slide27

Fill in the information requested

Timothy Ireland

tireland

ssssssss

ssssssss

Select your user type and area of focus from the pull down menus.

tireland@uwaterloo.ca

slide28

Confirms your name!

And institution!

  • Now you can:
  • Create folders
  • Import citations

And that’s it! Your personal database is created

slide29

Import your saved PubMed search

Under References

Select “Import”

use import filter data source labeled nlm pubmed use pubmed for the database
Use Import Filter/Data Source labeled NLM PubMed; use PubMed for the database

Select NLM PubMed from the pull down list

slide31

Browse to the location you saved your .txt file

C:\Documents and Settings\tireland\Desktop\385pubmedsearch.txt

…and finally click on import

slide32

Create and move your citations into a specific folder (e.g Opt 385). This will make your citations easier to find & use later.

slide34

And the citation is given its own unique number!

All the information from PubMed is stored here, including the abstract!

get it @ waterloo
“Get it @ Waterloo”

This is immediately available as an e-journal!

If we wanted we could search TRELLIS

refworks and the writing process
RefWorks and the Writing Process

TOOLS

    • Install write-n-cite
      • From Home
      • From Campus
  • BIBLIOGRAPHY & Citations
    • Insert them
    • Select style & create bibliography
lets put it all together
Lets put it all together…

We begin by writing something extraordinary that requires a citation.

This inserts a bit of code into our essay {{482 Ben Simon,G.J. 2005; }}. When you are done, save the document, click on Bibliography from the Write –N-Cite menu. This will resave the document after formatting it to the style you have selected.

slide42

We begin by writing something extraordinary that requires a citation. This inserts a bit of code into our essay {{482 Ben Simon,G.J. 2005; }}. When you are done {{486 Buggage,R.R. 2001; }}, save the document {{487 Odashiro,A.N. 2005; }}, click on Bibliography {{482 Ben Simon,G.J. 2005; }} from the Write –N-Cite menu {{488 Shields,C.L. 2004; }}. This will resave the document after formatting it to the style you have selected.

We begin by writing something extraordinary that requires a citation. This inserts a bit of code into our essay 1. When you are done 2, save the document 3, click on Bibliography 1 from the Write –N-Cite menu 4. This will resave the document after formatting it to the style you have selected.

1. Ben Simon GJ, Annunziata CC, Fink J, Villablanca P, McCann JD, Goldberg RA. Rethinking orbital imaging establishing guidelines for interpreting orbital imaging studies and evaluating their predictive value in patients with orbital tumors. Ophthalmology. 2005;112:2196-2207.

2. Buggage RR, Chan CC, Nussenblatt RB. Ocular manifestations of central nervous system lymphoma. Curr Opin Oncol. 2001;13:137-142.

3. Odashiro AN, Pereira PR, de Souza Filho JP, Cruess SR, Burnier MN,Jr. Retinoblastoma in an adult: Case report and literature review. Can J Ophthalmol. 2005;40:188-191.

4. Shields CL, Gorry T, Shields JA. Outcome of eyes with unilateral sporadic retinoblastoma based on the initial external findings by the family and the pediatrician. J Pediatr Ophthalmol Strabismus. 2004;41:143-9; quiz 172-3.

please note
Please note…
  • RefWorks is not adding the word REFERENCES…
  • With the JAMA style, the reference list should begin with the word REFERENCES (all caps, left justified, no underlining).
slide44

Next steps

  • Carol Stephenson or Tim Ireland
    • optlib@sciborg.uwaterloo.ca or drop by the OLRC
  • Optometry Subject Page
    • Powerpoint and handouts linked under “courses and tutorials”
  • Tuesday 12:30-1:15 Room 309
    • Your questions with “live” searches
    • Other databases you may need to use for 3rd and 4th year courses
      • Web of Science citation searching, Visioncite
    • How to request from TRELLIS Tugdoc, CISTI, RACER