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Courses in EndNote

Lær EndNote på under to timer  (English below)

Dette lærer du:
Å høste referanser fra databaser som Web of Science, Scopus, PubMed, Google Scholar, Oria… (med flere om ønskelig) inn i ditt referanse-bibliotek, samt hvordan du legger referanser inn manuelt, retter opp feil ved import.
Deretter bruke referansene i løpende tekst mens du skriver. Vi vil også se på bruk av ulike stiler.

Kursene holdes på kursrommet til Realfagbiblioteket (Rom C1-126 i biblioteket).

Kunne du tenke deg et lokalt EndNote-kurs for en lukket gruppe, ta kontakt så avtaler vi tid og sted.
Send mail til jo.forthun@ntnu.no

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EndNote in less than two hours:

You will learn how to create a EndNote-library for your references, how to export references from databases into your EndNote-library, as well as adding references manually.
And further, how to insert references from EndNote into a manuscript. We will also look at styles, how to change, how to edit… and more.

The course is held in the course room at the Natural Science Library (Realfagbiblioteket, Room C1-126).

If you want a course like this locally for a smaller group, feel free to contact me
mail: jo.forthun@ntnu.no

Library sharing in EndNote X8

This short video tell you how to share a library in EndNote with other users (4 min. 15 sec)

Litt av hvert på 1-2-3

Noen korte informasjonsvideoer:

5 new journals available in the time to come

5 new journals available in the time to come

Finally some good news in an economically difficult time:
– five new journal subscriptions. JEB is already available, while the Nature journals will be available in the time to come

Realfagbiblioteket/Natural Science Library

Five new journals

«A Comprehensive Course in Analysis” by Barry Simon

av 16. juni 2017 i Uncategorized med Ingen kommentarer
«A Comprehensive Course in Analysis” by Barry Simon

NTNU University Library has purchased the five-volume book “A Comprehensive Course in Analysis” by Poincaré Prize winner Barry Simon from California Institute of Technology.

The book set can serve as a graduate-level analysis textbook with a lot of additional bonus information, including hundreds of problems and numerous notes that extend the text and provide important historical background. Depth and breadth of exposition make this set a valuable reference source for almost all areas of classical analysis.

The five parts of the set have the following titles:                                                   

Real Analysis [Part 1]

Basic Complex Analysis [Part 2A]

Advanced Complex Analysis [Part 2B]

Harmonic Analysis [Part 3]

Operator Theory [Part 4]

Read more about the content of the various parts of the book:

http://bookstore.ams.org/simon-set

Publish with Open Access

Open Access (OA) means that peer-reviewed, academic publications are made freely available online. The author(s) retain(s) the copyright to the publication, but grants anyone with access to the Internet access to read and use it.

> More about OA and why you should publish with Open Access

Oria, artikler og kildekritikk på 1-2-3

Tre korte informasjons-videoer om hvordan du bruker Oria, tips når du velger ut artikler, samt kildekritikk av artikler.


To korte kurs om EndNote:  

e-books and e-journals

E-books:
The library provides access to 950 000 e-books.
More about how to find, use and get access to them here:

E-journals:
How to find, use, read, and why you sometime don’t get access to the journal you need, see:

Fagressurser (Resources)

Fagressurser i realfagene finner du i Toppmenyen, eller bak lenkene under:
Resources in the following subject areas can be found in the top-menu, or below:

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