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Postgraduate Researchers - Legacy RefWorks (September 2021) 

 

Referencing correctly is vital for ensuring that any assignment or dissertation you submit will achieve as high a mark as possible. At the University of Aberdeen Library we provide access to and support for RefWorks, a reference management software package which enables you to store and keep track of any materials you may have been reading and wish to reference in work you are doing. It will also help you when you are actually writing a piece of work, allowing you to create accurate bibliographies in the referencing style you have been asked to use. RefWorks can make the whole process of referencing much easier than trying to do it manually.

 

Below, you will find the slides and worksheets for Legacy RefWorks. There are also various guides to different aspects of Legacy RefWorks for you to consult. To access the materials below click on the title and then select download on the following page.

Please note: there are two versions of RefWorks - Legacy and New. Mac users and/or new taught students will find New RefWorks easier to use. Academic staff and research postgraduate students may find Legacy more powerful. Please use the version that best suits your requirements. More information is available at https://bit.ly/3siAGYU

 

Materials for 2021-2022 session (Legacy RefWorks) 
Managing references with Legacy RefWorks - slides
Managing references with Legacy RefWorks - worksheet part I
Managing references with Legacy RefWorks - worksheet part II
Import methods 
Creating footnotes using Write-N-Cite 
Legacy RefWorks Library guides

 

 

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Postgraduate Researchers - December 2020 online sessions 

Literature searching

 

The following worksheets and presentations are associated with the Library skills sessions offered to PGR students on the 16th and 17th of December 2020. The sessions were delivered via Collaborate and covered the following aspects of Literature searching: planning a search, using Boolean operators and search rules, using Primo to identify suitable resources, accessing e-resources off-campus, using Google/Google Scholar effectively and lastly, using our e-book collections and the databases Scopus and Web of Science. The sessions were followed by a Q&A session. 

 

To access the materials, click on the links below and on the next page select the 'Download' button. 

 

Literature searching: Part 1 - plan, identify, access and support 
Slides 
Designing a Search Strategy
Primo Worksheet 

 

 

 

Literature searching: Part 2 - Primo, ebooks and Google 

Slides 
Primo Worksheet 
Ebooks Worksheet
Some other Ebook collections
Google Worksheet
Google - Further information

 

 

 

Literature searching: Part 3 - Scopus and Web of Science databases 

Slides 
Designing a Search Strategy
Scopus Worksheet
Web of Science Worksheet 
Theses databases

 

Literature searching: Q&A

Slides 

 

Additional content  

EBSCO Worksheet  

 

 

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Postgraduate Researchers (February 2020)

Literature Searching - Essential Skills

 

This workshop series is designed primarily for research postgraduate students who are new to resources available at the University of Aberdeen. These three workshops present techniques, tips and resources to help find academic and scholarly books and journal articles as well as reliable support material. Planning your search is covered in Part 1 which also looks at resources for books (print and electronic format) and support material. Part 2 concentrates on journal articles and conference papers. The final workshop covers the use of RefWorks which can be used to manage and keep track of the materials found in the course of your research and assist in the writing and formatting of research papers and your PhD thesis.

 

If you require further assistance please contact the relevant Information Consultant for your area of research. Details available at www.abdn.ac.uk/library/support/contacts/ic/ 

 

 

Literature Searching - Essential Skills Part 1

Getting Started 

Presentation Slides 
Primo Worksheet 
Ebooks Worksheet 
Some other Ebook collections
Google Worksheet  
Google - Further information
Designing a Search Strategy 

 

 

Literature Searching - Essential Skills Part 2

Using Academic Databases 

Presentation Slides 
      Extra Slides: Advanced Features of Scopus & Web of Science 
Search Rules for Academic Databases
Web of Science Worksheet 
Scopus Worksheet 
Proquest Worksheet 

EBSCO Worksheet 

JSTOR Worksheet

MedLine Worksheet 

 

 

Literature Searching - Essential Skills Part 3

Managing References and Creating Bibliographies 

Presentation Slides 
RefWorks Worksheet 1 
RefWorks Worksheet 2 
Import Methods for RefWorks
     Creating footnotes using Write-N-Cite

 

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