Classes & Workshops
Description of Classes

EndNote

Use EndNote to store, manage, and format references in your writing. Class will cover: creating EndNote libraries, adding citations to your libraries, direct export of citations from article databases, output styles, and Cite While You Write (using EndNote with Microsoft Word).

Questions? Please contact Matt Conner, mconner@ucdavis.edu or 754-7348.

WedFeb 1712:00pm-1:30pmLibrary Instruction Labregister
TueMar 11:00pm-2:30pmLibrary Instruction Labregister
WedMar 1611:00am-12:30pmLibrary Instruction Labregister

EndNote Friday @ Blaisdell Medical Library (Sacramento Campus)

Hosted by librarians at Blaisdell Medical Library, these drop-in office hours provide an opportunity to learn new tricks, improve workflows, ask questions, solve problems, and share challenges and successes with others. Want to take your EndNote software use to a new level? Please join us for these informal sessions.

Questions? Need a different date/time? Contact: Amy Studer, acstuder@ucdavis.edu, 916-734-0206.

FriMar 412:00pm-1:00pmBlaisdell Library Collaboration Room 1106

EndNote Introduction for Biological / Agricultural / Environmental Sciences Researchers

EndNote is a bibliographic management program which simplifies the process of generating bibliographies and reference lists. EndNote allows one to easily store, manage, and format references to any biological/agricultural/environmental science core style guide such as CSE, NLM, ACS, or APA or to any specific biological/agricultural/environmental journal style such as FASEB J, J Exp Biol, Plant Cell, J Agr Food Chem, or Front Ecol Environ. EndNote also helps you organize and easily retrieve publication PDFs.

This introductory class will cover: creating EndNote libraries; direct export of citations from biological/agricultural article databases; importing PDFs into EndNote; adding citations to your libraries; output styles; and Cite While You Write (using EndNote with Microsoft Word).

Questions? Contact Ruth Gustafson, ragustafson@ucdavis.edu.

ThuMar 104:00pm-5:30pmLibrary Instruction Labregister
TueMar 223:00pm-4:30pmLibrary Instruction Labregister

EndNote Questions? Drop in and get help!

If you have used EndNote and know the basics, but have a question or two (or more), stop by and ask. We may discuss customizing and creating new output styles; using journal term lists; managing images, tables, and figures; or anything else of interest. Stay for as little or long as you want. Bring your laptop if possible.

Questions? Need a different time? Contact Deanna Johnson, djohnson@lib.ucdavis.edu, (530)752-3271.

MonFeb 84:00pm-5:00pmCarlson Health Sciences Library Conference Room 128register
TueMar 154:00pm-5:00pmCarlson Health Sciences Library Conference Room 128register

EndNote Quick Start @ Blaisdell Medical Library (Sacramento Campus)

Working on a research project? Discover how the magic of EndNote citation management software can save you time by collecting and organizing your research literature and adding references to your paper, using the style you need. Did you know that EndNote can effortlessly download many article pdfs for you? This class is intended for beginning EndNote users.

If possible, bring your laptop with EndNote x7 installed. For instructions: http://www.lib.ucdavis.edu/dept/instruc/research/endnote/

Questions? Need a different date/time or advanced EndNote consultation? Problems with installing EndNote? Contact: Amy Studer, acstuder@ucdavis.edu, 916-734-0206.

Directions for Education Building, Room 3205, UC Davis Medical Center, Sacramento: http://www.ucdmc.ucdavis.edu/medschool/maps_directions/

FriMar 44:00pm-5:00pmTBD: A final location will be emailed to registered attendees.register

Exploring the new NIH biosketch format and using SciENcv – Hands-on Workshop

We will demonstrate how to use SciENcv and My Bibliography to create an NIH biosketch. A brief overview of ORCID (a unique digital identifier for researchers) will be included.

Please bring along a laptop if you would like a hands-on learning experience (highly recommended).

Attendance prerequisite - you must have your own My NCBI and My Bibliography accounts, and familiarity with using My Bibliography.

Please register by sending an email to HS-NIHPAPhelp@ucdavis.edu

Questions? Contact Amy Studer acstuder@ucdavis.edu (916) 734-0206.

WedFeb 101:00pm-2:00pmClinical and Translational Science Center 1444 (CTSC Auditorium)register

Using NCBI’s My Bibliography tool to manage your publications and monitor NIH Public Access Policy – Hands-on Workshop

This workshop is intended for biomedical researchers, their support staff, grant administrators, and biomedical authors who would like to create an online bibliography using the My Bibliography feature of My NCBI.

Learn how to create a bibliography or publication collection that can be used as a source for NIH Biosketches and other CVs.

Learn how to use My Bibliography to track and adjust the NIH Public Access compliance status of your publications (for NIH-funded investigators and their assigned delegates).

Bring along a laptop if you would like a hands-on learning experience.

Attendance prerequisite - you must have your own My NCBI account, or serve as a delegate for someone else.

Please register by sending an email to HS-NIHPAPhelp@ucdavis.edu

Questions? Contact Amy Studer acstuder@ucdavis.edu (916) 734-0206.

WedFeb 1012:00pm-1:00pmClinical and Translational Science Center 1444 (CTSC Auditorium)register