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Finding and managing information for your doctorate (including Endnote): part 2. David Heading and Laura Jeffrey. Part 2 overview. Using citations and references Finding related material Styles of referencing in Endnote Break Managing references - Endnote groups

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finding and managing information for your doctorate including endnote part 2

Finding and managing information for your doctorate (including Endnote): part 2

David Heading and Laura Jeffrey

part 2 overview
Part 2 overview
  • Using citations and references
  • Finding related material
  • Styles of referencing in Endnote
  • Break
  • Managing references - Endnote groups
  • Keeping up to date with new research
references and citations
References and citations
  • Demonstration of connections in academic debate both backwards (references) and forwards (citations)
  • May be a positive or negative connection to other literature
  • Give you a quality controlled list of material to consult if you establish the context in which it has been cited
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Article E that refers to Paper A

Article F that refers to Paper A

Book 3 that refers to Paper A

Article G that refers to Paper A

Article H that refers to Paper A

Citations

Paper A – a journal article that you are interested in

References

Article B that is referred to by Paper A

Book 1 that is referred to by Paper A

Article C that is referred to by Paper A

Article D that is referred to by Paper A

Book 2 that is referred to by Paper A

related material
Related material
  • Making connections between similar resources
  • Criteria vary significantly depending on the database or catalogue you are using
  • Sometimes the process is human, other times automated
finding information hands on
Finding Information - Hands-on
  • Pick a key article and look for it in a database
  • Trace academic debate using citations and references
  • Find related material in
    • Databases
    • Catalogues
keeping up to date
Keeping up to date
  • Automates the process of searching to save you time
  • Saved searches
    • For you to re-run at convenient time
  • Alert services
    • Brings material to you by email
    • Acquisitions, citations, articles matching search terms or tables of contents (ToCs)

www.dur.ac.uk/library/research/keepuptodate/

alert services
Alert Services
  • Books
    • Durham University Library Catalogue: new books that match search terms
  • Articles
    • Citations: Web of Science and Google Scholar
    • Keywords: Google Scholar and ZETOC
    • Table of Contents: ZETOC
summary
Summary
  • Features enable you to make connections between related research material
  • Endnote styles are important for controlling the look of in text citations and references
  • Groups help you manage your library
  • Keeping up to date with new research can be automated and so save you time
evaluation
Evaluation

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