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Register for citation software classes in October

Posted September 15th, 2011 by Remlee Green

Learn how to manage articles and cite your references more effectively in these hands-on workshops.  Register now for October classes.

Managing Your References: Overview of EndNote, RefWorks and Zotero

Wednesday, October 19, 2011 at 12-1:15pm
Room 14N-132 (DIRC)
Register

Find out about software to create, organize, and maintain your collection of references. These citation management products allow users to search databases, retrieve relevant citations, and build a bibliography to be added to a paper or thesis or stored for future reference. Which one should you use, and how do you get started? This session will focus on EndNote, RefWorks, and Zotero, the three major options for bibliographic software at MIT. We will compare these three products and introduce the basic functionality of each program.  Contact Anita Perkins with any questions.

EndNote Basics

Friday, October 28, 2011 at 12-1pm
Room 14N-132 (DIRC)
Register

EndNote is a “personal bibliographic software” package which allows you to create and manage a database of bibliographic references. Attendees will create a personal database of cited literature by importing references from resources such as Barton, Web of Science, & other sources of published literature. Your database can be used to automatically generate in-text citations and bibliographies in your manuscripts. It can also help you organize and manage your PDF files.  Contact Peter Cohn with any questions.

Can’t make it to either class?

Check out our guides on citation software, or watch video tutorials on citation management tools.

Check Out the Complete Listing of JulyAP 2011 Sessions

Posted June 22nd, 2011 by Mark Szarko

All sessions take place in the Digital Instruction Resource Center (DIRC), 14N-132.  Pre-registration is required for some, but not all sessions. See below for details.

Bioinformatics for Beginners – Register

  • When: Tue July 12, 12:00 – 1:00 pm
  • Where: 14N-132
  • Contact: Howard Silver, hsilver@mit.edu
  • Description: Bioinformatics techniques and tools are being incorporated into researcher’s toolkits across a broad range of disciplines.  The session is a hands-on practicum and an excellent starting point for people who are new to, or curious about bioinformatics research tools.  It features the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) Entrez family of databases and the BIOBASE family of resources.

Endnote Basics – Register

  • When: Mon July 18, 12:00 – 1:00 pm
  • Where: 14N-132
  • Contact: Peter Cohn, pcohn@mit.edu
  • Description: EndNote is a “personal bibliographic software” package which allows you to create and manage a database of bibliographic references.  Attendees will create a personal database of cited literature by importing references from resources such as Barton, Web of Science, & other sources of published literature.  Your database can be used to automatically generate in-text citations and bibliographies in your manuscripts.  It can also help you organize and manage your PDF files.

Fair Use and Electronic ReservesRegister

  • When: Thu July 28, 12:00 – 1:00 pm
  • Where: 14N-132
  • Contact: Roshni Gohil, rgohil@mit.edu
  • Description: Are you teaching or supporting a fall class and want to learn more about copyright and electronic reserves on Stellar?  We’ll provide an overview of “fair use” and other copyright restrictions for course materials and help you navigate through the ins and outs of electronic reserves.  Staff from the MIT Libraries’ Office of Scholarly Publishing & Licensing and Course Reserves Team will be available to answer questions.  Please sign up in advance so that we can better tailor the session for your needs.

Managing Your References:  Overview of EndNote, RefWorks, and ZoteroRegister

  • When: Thu July 21, 12:00 – 1:15 pm
  • Where: 14N-132
  • Contact: Anita Perkins, perkins@mit.edu
  • Description: Using citation management software to create and maintain a collection of references is becoming more common and important in today’s academic world.  These software packages allow users to search databases, retrieve relevant citations, and build a bibliography to be added to a paper or thesis or stored for future reference.  But which software package should you use, and how do you get started?  This session will focus on EndNote, RefWorks, and Zotero, the three major options for bibliographic software at MIT.  We will include a discussion comparing and contrasting the three software packages, and we will introduce some of the basic concepts and functionality of each program.

Managing Research Data 101

  • When: Fri July 29, 12:00 – 1:00 pm
  • Where: 14N-132
  • Contact: Amy Stout, astout@mit.edu
  • Description: For researchers struggling to manage their data, basic strategies will be provided for:  best practices for retention and archiving; effective directory structures and naming conventions; good file formats for long-term access; data security and backup options; and metadata, tagging, and citation options.

Preserve your digital photos and documents

Posted April 28th, 2011 by mit-admin

Preservation Week Banner

As part of the American Library Association’s Preservation Week, the MIT Libraries are hosting a webcast today, April 28, 2011:

April 28: Preserving Your Personal Digital Memories, with Bill LeFurgy of the Library of Congress
Digital photos, electronic documents, and other new media are fragile and require special care to keep them useable.   Hear about some simple, practical tips and tools to help you keep your digital memories safe.  Full description

The webcast starts at 2:00 PM in the Digital Instruction Resource Center (DIRC), 14N-132.  This event is free and open to the public.

Accidents Happen: What to do if your family treasures get wet

Posted April 26th, 2011 by Nick Szydlowski

Preservation Week Banner

As part of the American Library Association’s Preservation Week, the MIT Libraries are hosting a webcast today, April 26, 2011:

Accidents Happen: Protecting and Saving Family Treasures, with Nancy E. Kraft of the University of Iowa Libraries
Are your family treasures stored safely in your home or elsewhere?  How do you save your photos when they’ve been submerged in flood water?  What do you do if your books smell mildewy?  What if your basement floods or worse? Attend this session to learn answers to these questions and more.  Full description

The webcast starts at 2:00 PM in the Digital Instruction Resource Center (DIRC), 14N-132.  This event is free and open to the public.

Preservation Week: Learn to save your family's treasures

Posted April 19th, 2011 by Nick Szydlowski

Preservation Week Banner

As part of the American Library Association’s Preservation Week, the MIT Libraries are hosting two webcasts that will show you how to care for your treasured family keepsakes and digital documents and photos.

Both webcasts start at 2:00 PM and take place in the Digital Instruction Resource Center (DIRC), 14N-132.  These events are free and open to the public.

Tuesday, April 26: Accidents Happen: Protecting and Saving Family Treasures, with Nancy E. Kraft of the University of Iowa Libraries
Practical tips and tools for mitigating hazards, dealing with mold, and salvaging keepsakes.  Full description

Thursday, April 28: Preserving Your Personal Digital Memories, with Bill LeFurgy of the Library of Congress
Practical tips and tools to help you keep your digital memories safe.  Full description

Preservation Week: Learn to save your family’s treasures

Posted April 19th, 2011 by Nick Szydlowski

Preservation Week Banner

As part of the American Library Association’s Preservation Week, the MIT Libraries are hosting two webcasts that will show you how to care for your treasured family keepsakes and digital documents and photos.

Both webcasts start at 2:00 PM and take place in the Digital Instruction Resource Center (DIRC), 14N-132.  These events are free and open to the public.

Tuesday, April 26: Accidents Happen: Protecting and Saving Family Treasures, with Nancy E. Kraft of the University of Iowa Libraries
Practical tips and tools for mitigating hazards, dealing with mold, and salvaging keepsakes.  Full description

Thursday, April 28: Preserving Your Personal Digital Memories, with Bill LeFurgy of the Library of Congress
Practical tips and tools to help you keep your digital memories safe.  Full description

Check Out the Complete Listing of IAPril 2011 Sessions

Posted March 22nd, 2011 by Mark Szarko

All sessions take place in the Digital Instruction Resource Center (DIRC), 14N-132.  Pre-registration is required for some, but not all sessions. See below for details.

Managing Your References: Overview of EndNote, RefWorks and Zotero Register

  • When: Fri April 8, 12:00-1:15 pm
  • Where: 14N-132
  • Contact: Remlee Green, remlee@mit.edu
  • Description: Using citation management software to create and maintain a collection of references is becoming more common and important in today’s academic world.  These software packages allow users to search databases, retrieve relevant citations, and build a bibliography to be added to a paper or thesis or stored for future reference. But which software package should you use, and how do you get started?  This session will focus on EndNote, RefWorks, and Zotero, the three major options for bibliographic software at MIT.  We will include a discussion comparing and contrasting the three softwares, and we will introduce some of the basic concepts and functionality of each program.

Advanced Tips & Tricks for Chemists: Structure & Reaction Searching with SciFinder Web Register

  • When: Fri April 15, 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
  • Where: 14N-132
  • Contact: Erja Kajosalo, kajosalo@mit.edu
  • Description: In this hands-on training session taught by Amy Christuk from CAS, participants will learn to:
    -Explore new Markush patent searching
    -How to find similar reactions (broad, medium, narrow) and view their transformation centers
    -Conduct half-reaction searches
    -Smart tools for analyzing and refining similarity and substructure search results
    -Find closely related substances such as different salts
    -Explore tips & tricks with reaction searching
    -Find property data including actual spectra for specific substances
    -Find and export suppliers for multiple substances
    -Set-up preferred and non-preferred suppliers
    -Set-up structure-based alerts
    -Combine different answer sets to examine their intersection and overlap
    -Create structures using SMILES & InChI strings
    -Sort reactions by relevance ranking
    -View reaction experimental procedures directly from journal and patent literature without leaving SciFinder Web
    -Learn what’s new with SciFinder Web

Biotech Business Information for Engineers and Scientists Register

  • When: Thu April 21, 12:00-1:00 pm
  • Where: 14N-132
  • Contact: Howard Silver, hsilver@mit.edu
  • Description: It’s not Brain Surgery…it’s Market Research.  This session will introduce scientists and engineers to information resources that cover biotechnology industries and markets.  We will use realistic examples and hands-on exercises with key resources to demonstrate how to match your ideas and discoveries with the opportunities and realities of the marketplace.

RefWorks Basics

  • When: Thu April 21, 5:00-6:00 pm
  • Where: 14N-132
  • Contact: Anita Perkins, perkins@mit.edu
  • Description: RefWorks is a web-based resource designed to help you organize references and create a bibliography.  RefWorks allows you to search, retrieve relevant citations, easily cite references as you write your paper, and build your bibliography.  It allows users to create individual or group accounts.

Using and Contributing to AcaWiki: The Wiki for Summaries of Academic Articles Register

  • When: Fri April 22, 12:00-1:00
  • Where: 14N-132
  • Contact: Remlee Green, remlee@mit.edu
  • Description: This session will introduce participants to AcaWiki, the wiki for summaries of academic books and articles.  AcaWiki is a great resource for scholars and a wonderful way to contribute to knowledge in a field and to help scholars.  It’s particularly relevant for PhD students around their general exams but useful for scholars at all stages.  We will show you how to get the most out of AcaWiki as a user and will walk users through the process of editing and contributing summaries of your own.  We’ll demonstrate several tricks and show users how to integrate AcaWiki with some popular existing bibliography management tools like BibTeX and Zotero. The course taught will be taught by Benjamin Mako Hill — an AcaWiki contributor and administrator.

Managing Research Data 101

  • When: Mon April 25, 11:00 am – 12:00 pm
  • Where: 14N-132
  • Contact: Amy Stout astout@mit.edu
  • Description: For researchers struggling to manage their data, basic strategies will be provided for:
    -best practices for retention and archiving
    -effective directory structures and naming conventions
    -good file formats for long-term access
    -data security and backup options
    -metadata, tagging, and citation
    -other relevant issues

EndNote Basics Register

  • When: Fri April 29, 12:00-1:00 pm
  • Where: 14N-132
  • Contact: Peter Cohn, pcohn@mit.edu
  • Description: EndNote is a “personal bibliographic software” package which allows you to create and manage a database of bibliographic references.  Attendees will create a personal database of cited literature by importing references from resources such as Barton, Web of Science, & other sources of published literature.  Your database can be used to automatically generate in-text citations and bibliographies in your manuscripts.  It can also help you organize and manage your PDF files.

Introduction to Mendeley Register

  • When: Wednesday, May 4, 2:00-3:00 pm
  • Where: 14N-132
  • Contact: Peter Cohn, pcohn@mit.edu
  • Description: Mendeley is a free tool that can help you organize your papers and manage your references.  A representative from Mendeley will give a demo and talk about how it can help you discover the latest research, collaborate with others, and automatically generate bibliographies.

Apps4Academics class, Monday, 2/28 at 12

Posted February 14th, 2011 by Remlee Green

Do you have an iPhone, iPad, or Touch? Or are you just interested in learning more about apps that could help with classes or research projects?

iPhone screenshotApps4Academics: iPhone/iPad apps & mobile web sites for academic life

Monday, February 28: 12-1:30pm in 14N-132

Register for class

In this whirlwind show & tell, we will recommend the best iPhone/iPad apps & mobile web sites for use in your academic life. We’ll demo apps for productivity, library research, note-taking, e-reading, PDF-reading & annotating, sketching, and more. Some apps we’ll demo include Evernote, Instapaper, Dropbox, GoodReader, Papers, Wolfram Alpha, PLoS, ACS Mobile, and WorldCat Mobile. We’ll point you to the best apps and mobile sites, and also ask class members to also share their favorite apps. If you’re thinking about getting an iPhone or iPad, this may help you decide how you might use it. The class is 90 minutes, and will include break-out sessions where each small group will discuss the apps they find useful and report back to the larger group. We will have several iPads available for use during the breakout sessions. If you have an iPhone, iPod Touch, or iPad that you use for academic work, we invite you to bring it and share your knowledge with the group. Feel free to bring your lunch!

Learn about Mendeley, a tool for collaboration & organization – 11/23, 12-1

Posted November 16th, 2010 by Remlee Green

Mendeley Logo

Come to this session to learn about Mendeley, a free tool that can help you organize your papers and manage your references.  Jan Reichelt, Co-Founder & President of Mendeley, will give a demo and talk about how Mendeley can help you to discover the latest research, collaborate with others, and automatically generate bibliographies.

Register for the class on Tuesday, November 23 from 12-1 in 14N-132 (DIRC).

Learn more about Mendeley and other useful citation management tools.

Questions?  Contact us.

OpenStreetMap Event Nov. 7

Posted October 28th, 2010 by Lisa Sweeney

OpenStreetMap is a free editable map of the world. It is open data, made by people like you. It includes things like streets, buildings, sidewalks, bike paths, and anything else that people have contributed for locations all around the world.

Come join us for a mapping party to learn about OpenStreetMap and update some local map data to reflect the new developments in Cambridge.

When: Nov. 7, 2010, starting at noon
Where: MIT, room 14N-132
Register at: http://osmbos1.eventbrite.com/

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OpenStreetMap

Learn Stata, SAS, and R in Upcoming Workshops on Statistical Software

Posted September 27th, 2010 by Katherine McNeill

Looking to gain skills in working with statistical analysis software packages?  The following classes will be taught by the Harvard-MIT Data Center (HMDC) Statistical Trainer starting this week.  Note: pre-registration required; also, there will be time at the end of each session for individual assistance, so feel free to bring your research questions.

Where: All workshops held in 1-115.

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1. Introduction to Stata

This workshop is designed for individuals who have little or no experience using Stata software. You will learn how to navigate Stata’s graphical user interface, create log files, and import data from a variety of software packages. We will also share tips for getting started with Stata including the creation and organization of do-files, examining descriptive statistics, and managing data and value labels.

When: Thursday, September 30th, 1-4pm; Space is limited: pre-register online

2. Data Management in Stata

Topics covered include basic data manipulation commands such as: recoding variables, creating new variables, working with missing data, and generating variables based on complex selection criteria. Participants will be introduced to strategies for merging datasets (adding both variables and observations), and collapsing datasets. Prerequisite: a general familiarity with Stata (such as taking the Intro. workshop).

When: Thursday, October 14th, 1-4pm; Space is limited: pre-register online

3. Regression Using Stata

This hands-on class will provide a comprehensive introduction to estimating the linear regression model using ordinary least squares in Stata. Topics covered include: univariate and multiple regression, dummy variables, interaction effects, hypothesis tests, assumption testing, and strategies for organizing model testing. Prerequisites: General familiarity with Stata, including importing and managing datasets and data exploration (such as taking the Intro. workshop); knowledge of the linear regression model and ordinary least squares estimation.

When: Monday, October 25th, 1-4pm; Space is limited: pre-register online

4. Graphics in Stata

Graphs are a powerful and memorable means of communicating quantitative information. This hands-on class will provide a comprehensive introduction to graphics in Stata. Topics for the class include graphing principles, descriptive graphs, and post-estimation graphs. Prerequisite: a general familiarity with Stata (such as taking the Intro. workshop).

When: Thursday, November 4th, 1-4pm; Space is limited: pre-register online

5. Introduction to SAS

This course is intended for individuals with little to no experience using SAS, a powerful statistical software package available on Athena.  With hands-on exercises, explore SAS’s many features and learn how to import and manage your data in SAS. Novices welcome!

When: Monday, November 15th, 1-4pm; Space is limited: pre-register online

6. Introduction to R

Get an introduction to R, the open-source system for statistical computation and graphics available on Athena. With hands-on exercises, learn how to import and manage datasets, create R objects, and generate figures. Novices welcome!

When: Monday, December 6th, 1-4pm; Space is limited: pre-register online

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Can’t make these times? MIT affiliates can alternatively attend these workshops at Harvard.

Questions? Contact Katherine McNeill, Social Science Data Services and Economics Librarian, mcneillh@mit.edu.

Introduction to GIS for Architecture Workshop – 9/29

Posted September 20th, 2010 by Lisa Sweeney

When: Wednesday, September 29, 12:30-2pm
Where: DIRC (14N-132) (20 computers)

Register at: http://tinyurl.com/gisintro4arch

Learn about what you can do with GIS, common sources of GIS data, how to make your own GIS data, and gain hands-on experience using tools to create basic maps, export to CAD, Google Earth, or image formats, and work in 3D.

More information is available at: http://libraries.mit.edu/gis/teach/archintro.html

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Citation software classes offered in October

Posted September 14th, 2010 by Heather Denny

Learn how to manage your articles and cite your references more effectively in these hands-on workshops.  Register now for October.

All workshops will take place in the Digital Instruction Resource Center (DIRC), 14N-132.

Managing Your References:   Overview of EndNote, RefWorks, and Zotero

WHEN:   Wednesday, October 6, 5 – 6pm

Citation management software is an important tool in today’s academic world.   These software packages allow users to search databases, retrieve relevant citations, and build a bibliography, to be added to a paper or thesis or stored for future reference.  But which software product should you use, and how do you get started?

This session will focus on Endnote, RefWorks, and Zotero, the three major options for citation software at MIT.  We will compare the three and introduce some of the basic concepts and functionality of each program.

Please pre-register for this session.   Contact Mat Willmott with questions.

EndNote Basics

WHEN:   Wednesday, October 13, 5 – 6pm

EndNote is a “personal bibliographic software” package that allows you to create and manage a database of bibliographic references.  Come to this hands-on workshop to learn how to use Endnote to manage your citations, create bibliographies and more.

Please pre-register for this session.   Contact Peter Cohn with any questions.

RefWorks Basics

WHEN:  Wednesday, October 20, 5 – 6pm

RefWorks is a web-based resource to help you organize references, create a bibliography, and easily cite references as you write your paper.  It allows you to create individual or group accounts.

Please pre-register for this session.  Contact Anita Perkins with any questions.

Zotero Basics

WHEN:  Wednesday, October 27, 5 – 6pm

Zotero is a free, open-source program for Firefox that helps you collect, manage, cite, and share your citations and files.  With one click, you can save PDFs and citations for most articles, then cite them in Word or OpenOffice.  Make a searchable PDF library and find out how to publish dynamic bibliographies and collaborate by using group collections.  In this hands-on session, learn tips and tricks on how to use Zotero more efficiently to save you time and energy.  Bring a laptop or use one of our computers.

Please pre-register for this session.  Contact Remlee Green with any questions.

Welcome students! Check out the Libraries' Orientation events.

Posted August 24th, 2010 by Heather Denny

Welcome to the MIT Libraries!  We look forward to meeting you.  Join us for an event and learn what the Libraries have to offer.

Orientation: Fall 2010

Undergraduate Students || Graduate Students || All Students

UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS:

Academic Expo
What: An expo of MIT’s academic departments and programs. The Libraries will be ready to answer your questions and offer information about our resources and services. Pick up handouts and goodies.
When: Wednesday, September  1, 2:00 – 3:30 pm
Where: Johnson Athletics Center (W34). Look for the Libraries’ banner.

Freshmen Explorations: Ice Cream Social
What: Build your own ice cream sundae!
When: Thursday, September 2, 2:30 – 3:30 pm
Where: Lipchitz Courtyard (Building 14); rain location: hallway in front of Hayden Library (Building 14)

Hitchhiker’s Guide Library Tours
What: A walking tour of all the MIT Libraries, with special gifts for the first 10 attendees at each tour.
When: Saturday, August 28, 1:30 p.m, Thursday, September 2, 11 am and *Thursday, September 2, 2 pm
*this tour also stops for ice cream outside the Hayden Library, courtesy of the MIT Libraries
Where: Meet in Lobby 7

GRADUATE STUDENTS:

Graduate Student Orientation: Grad School 102
What: An introduction to the MIT Libraries services and resources.
When: Tuesday, August 31, 3:30 – 3:50 pm
Where: 34-101

11th Annual New Graduate Student Reception
What:
A reception for new graduate students, with beverages and light
refreshments provided.
NOTE: Tickets may be purchased for $5 at the Graduate Student Council Information Booth.
When: Wednesday, September 1, 5 – 7 pm
Where: Barker Library Dome (Building 10-500)

ALL STUDENTS:

Health & Wellness Fair
What: Libraries’ staff will be ready to answer your questions and offer
information about our resources and services. Pick up handouts and goodies.
When: Friday, September 3, 1:30 – 4:30 pm
Where: Kresge Oval, outside the Student Center

Patent Searching with Patsnap

Posted July 16th, 2010 by Heather Denny

WHEN: Thursday, July 29, 12 – 1pm

WHERE: Digital Instruction Resource Center (DIRC), 14N-132

Join us for an introductory look at Patsnap, a new patent search tool developed by members of the MIT community.  While you won’t come out of this session qualified to be a patent attorney, you will learn how to get the most out of  Patsnap’s powerful search and analysis features.  This hands on workshop will also include an introduction to the basics of patent searching.

Please pre-register for this session.  Contact Bill Helman with any questions.

EndNote Basics

Posted July 16th, 2010 by Heather Denny

WHEN: Thursday, July 22, 12 – 1pm

WHERE: Digital Instruction Resource Center (DIRC) 14N-132

EndNote is a “personal bibliographic software” package which allows you to create and manage a database of bibliographic references. Learn how to find and use information more effectively in our hands-on workshop.

Please pre-register for this session. Contact Howard Silver with any questions.

GeneGo training on June 14th

Posted June 7th, 2010 by Heather Denny

Join us for a GeneGo Summer Seminar!

WHEN: Monday June 14th, 2-4PM

WHERE: DIRC 14N-132

A case study where pathway analysis of gene expression data will be used to describe the considerable diversity among breast tumors. Subpopulations of breast cancers have been defined by applying gene clustering analysis to microarray data and correlating them with clinical outcomes. This seminar will demonstrate how pathway analysis tools, GeneGo’s MetaCore, can be applied to understand molecular and mechanistic picture of two clusters, which have the worst survival and metastasis development prognosis.

Please register to attend this training

BIOBASE training and demo on June 22nd

Posted June 7th, 2010 by Heather Denny

Don’t miss the BIOBASE training and demonstration for the BIOBASE Knowledge Library (BKL) and ExPlain Analysis System happening at MIT this month.

WHEN: Tuesday June 22nd, 10AM- 12PM

WHERE: DIRC 14N-132

Learn how to use the BKL bioinformatics database solution, with its newly designed user interface, for systems biology, biomarker, drug target discovery, and high-throughput data analysis, or simply to gain valuable, literature-derived information on your favorite gene or protein.  Learn how to use ExPlain for promoter analysis and upstream regulatory network analysis, to identify regulators of gene expression, novel gene and drug targets, or biomarker candidates.

Please register to attend this training.

IAPril 2010: Zotero Basics

Posted April 21st, 2010 by mit-admin

WHEN: Friday, April 30, 12 – 1pm

WHERE: Digital Instruction Resource Center (DIRC), 14N-132

Zotero is a free, open-source program for Firefox that helps you to collect, manage, cite, and share your citations and files. With one click, you can save PDFs and citations for most articles, then cite them in Word or OpenOffice. Make a searchable PDF library, and find out how to publish dynamic bibliographies and collaborate by using group collections. In this hands-on session, learn tips and tricks on how to use Zotero more efficiently to save you time and energy. Bring a laptop or use one of our computers.

Please pre-register for this session.

Contact Remlee Green with any questions.

IAPril 2010: EndNote Web

Posted April 16th, 2010 by mit-admin

WHEN: Wednesday, April 21, 12 – 1pm

WHERE: Digital Instruction Resource Center (DIRC), 14N-132

EndNote web is a web-based product available to MIT users as part of the Libraries’ subscription to Web of Knowledge. Come learn how to use Endnote Web to manage your citations, create bibliographies and more.

Contact Peter Cohn with any questions.