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Colwiz-add-on a new reference manager for Google docs

By on 18. June 2018 in Ukategorisert with 0 Comments

Does you and your co-authors using google docs to cooperate on an article? Do you miss a reference manager that works seamlessly with google docs? You can try the colwiz add-on for google docs for handling references in google docs. The add-on is well integrated with google docs.  In 2016 Colwiz enabled Chrome user to […]

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Earth and Space Science Open Archive.

By on 2. March 2018 in Open Access, Research, UBedu, UBrss with 0 Comments

American Geophysical Union (AGU) and Atypon (software development company) have announced that the Earth and Space Science Open Archive (ESSOAr) is fully functioning in a beta version. Researchers can submit their preprints and posters that will be archived, discoverable and citable (with DOI). ESSOAr offers researchers to sign in with their ORCID credentials and an […]

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Zotero 5.0 Standalone application

Zotero 5.0 Standalone application

Zotero is a reference management tool you can download and use for free. You can collect, cite, organize and share your references. We have previously described Zotero 4.0 for Firefox and Zotero Standalone in this blog: https://www.ntnu.no/blogger/ub-teknologi/2017/03/13/zotero/ Since then, Zotero has released a major update in Zotero 5.0 Standalone application in July 2017.   What […]

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2017 International Open Access Week

By on 18. October 2017 in Events, Open Access, Research with 0 Comments
2017 International Open Access Week

Open Access Week is an annual, community-driven event focusing on open access and related topics. It takes place globally during the last full week of October. The event is celebrated by individuals, institutions and organizations across the world. Typical activities include talks, seminars, symposia, or the announcement of open access mandates or other milestones in […]

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Academic Writing Night on the 4th of October 2017

Do you struggle with your academic writing? Is it difficult to find good literature/information sources? Are your references a bit of a mess? Then the academic writing night on the 4th of October at Gløshaugen could be the right solution for you. You can come and go as you please, and you can either write on your […]

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Alerts – information about topics or authors of interest

By on 11. September 2017 in Databases with 0 Comments

Through the Library you have access to databases (Web of Science; SCOPUS; Compendex) in which you can create alerts to ensure that you get information about topics or authors of interest. These alerts will notify you by email and can be specified to track the following: new papers published by a specific author or new papers on a specific […]

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Create your researcher profile and make your research more visible

Create your researcher profile and make your research more visible

Why is it important to have a good online presence as a researcher? By creating a researcher profile, you will be able: To promote your research and teaching activities To improve your chance of being cited To ensure correct attribution To guarantee credit in research assessments To find new collaborators To find new funding sources […]

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Zotero – Reference management tool

By on 13. March 2017 in Reference management, UBedu, UBrss with 1 Comment
Zotero – Reference management tool

  What is Zotero? Zotero is a reference management tool and it’s an open-source program that is free to download and use. This program was developed as a project of the Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media, and was initially funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the Institute of Museum and Library […]

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Standards and Patents at the University Library

The NTNU University Library subscribes to a number of portals offering standards and patents.  These portals offer different standards based on subject area.   What is a standard? Standards define an agreed, repeatable way of doing something, which is documented in specifications, procedures and guidelines. They are designed to ensure that products, services and systems […]

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NTNU Open – No limits for access to research 

By on 27. January 2017 in Databases, UBedu, UBrss with 0 Comments
NTNU Open – No limits for access to research 

From January 2017 all research publications from NTNU staff have to be archived and made freely available in NTNUs institutional repository, NTNU Open. If researchers and other staff at NTNU chose to publish in an open publication channel (Open Access) you should find a copy of the final publication in NTNU Open. If the publication is published […]

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