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Citation Enhanced Searching: Introduction to Web of Science and Journal Citation Reports for Graduate Students

Note: the presentation will be held using Zoom only.

Registration is required.

To register, please email sciref@hawaii.edu

Description:

Web of Science is a multidisciplinary database that covers high-quality journals with citation information.  Citation information is used both to evaluate the importance of articles and to search for relevant articles.  This workshop is aimed at graduate students who want to learn how to find the most important journals in their field, the most cited papers for their topics, and how to use citation tracing to comprehensively search for articles.

Topics:

  • Web of Science Overview
  • Citation Basics
  • Identifying Top Cited Articles
  • Evaluating Journals using the Journal Impact Factor
  • Citation Tracing
  • Keeping up to date: Search Alerts and Citation Alerts
  • Advanced Topics: Author Metrics, Altmetrics, Citation Analysis, H index

Contact sciref@hawaii.edu to register or for more information.

The event is co-sponsored by Graduate Division.

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Zotero – a bibliographic management system

Note: the presentation will be held using Zoom and will be limited to registered participants.

Registration is required.

To register, please email Brian Richardson at richards@hawaii.edu

This workshop introduces Zotero, a free, easy-to-use tool for collecting, organizing, and citing your research sources. Topics will include:

  • Adding references and PDFs to a Zotero library
  • Organizing and managing references using collections
  • Creating Notes
  • Inserting citations and creating a bibliography in Microsoft Word or Google Docs

Participants must install the Zotero stand-alone program and browser connector on their computers prior to the workshop (www.zotero.org).

Presentation Handout: Zotero [PDF]

Technical help installing Zotero will be available the hour prior to the session. Installation instructions for the Macintosh can be found at: https://manoa.hawaii.edu/library/learning/zotero/installing-mac/

Contact Brian Richardson at richards@hawaii.edu to register or for more information.

The event is co-sponsored by Graduate Division.

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Citation Enhanced Searching: Introduction to Web of Science and Journal Citation Reports for Graduate Students

Note: the presentation will be held using Zoom and in Hamilton Library room 306

Registration is required.

To register, please email sciref@hawaii.edu

Description:

Web of Science is a multidisciplinary database that covers high-quality journals with citation information.  Citation information is used both to evaluate the importance of articles and to search for relevant articles.  This workshop is aimed at graduate students who want to learn how to find the most important journals in their field, the most cited papers for their topics, and how to use citation tracing to comprehensively search for articles.

Topics:

  • Web of Science Overview
  • Citation Basics
  • Identifying Top Cited Articles
  • Evaluating Journals using the Journal Impact Factor
  • Citation Tracing
  • Keeping up to date: Search Alerts and Citation Alerts
  • Advanced Topics: Author Metrics, Altmetrics, Citation Analysis, H index

Contact sciref@hawaii.edu to register or for more information.

The event is co-sponsored by Graduate Division.

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Picture this…with ArtStor: Finding art resources

Note: the presentation will be held using Zoom and will be limited to registered participants.

Registration is required.

To register, please email Brian Richardson at richards@hawaii.edu

The workshop covers Artstor, a comprehensive image database that provides resources for art, interior design, architecture, landscape and history research, and many other humanities and social science disciplines.

With photographs, drawings, architectural documents, sculpture, furnishings, textile images, and rare items from gallery collections, Artstor is a core resource for image research.

Contact Brian Richardson at richards@hawaii.edu to register or for more information.

The event is co-sponsored by Graduate Division.

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Citation Enhanced Searching: Introduction to Web of Science and Journal Citation Reports for Graduate Students

Note: the presentation will be held using Zoom and in Hamilton Library room 306

Registration is required.

To register, please email sciref@hawaii.edu

Description:

Web of Science is a multidisciplinary database that covers high-quality journals with citation information.  Citation information is used both to evaluate the importance of articles and to search for relevant articles.  This workshop is aimed at graduate students who want to learn how to find the most important journals in their field, the most cited papers for their topics, and how to use citation tracing to comprehensively search for articles.

Topics:

  • Web of Science Overview
  • Citation Basics
  • Identifying Top Cited Articles
  • Evaluating Journals using the Journal Impact Factor
  • Citation Tracing
  • Keeping up to date: Search Alerts and Citation Alerts
  • Advanced Topics: Author Metrics, Altmetrics, Citation Analysis, H index

Contact sciref@hawaii.edu to register or for more information.

The event is co-sponsored by Graduate Division.

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Zotero – a bibliographic management system

Note: the presentation will be held using Zoom and will be limited to registered participants.

Registration is required.

To register, please email Brian Richardson at richards@hawaii.edu

This workshop introduces Zotero, a free, easy-to-use tool for collecting, organizing, and citing your research sources. Topics will include:

  • Adding references and PDFs to a Zotero library
  • Organizing and managing references using collections
  • Creating Notes
  • Inserting citations and creating a bibliography in Microsoft Word or Google Docs

Participants must install the Zotero stand-alone program and browser connector on their computers prior to the workshop (www.zotero.org).

Presentation Handout: Zotero [PDF]

Technical help installing Zotero will be available the hour prior to the session. Installation instructions for the Macintosh can be found at: https://manoa.hawaii.edu/library/learning/zotero/installing-mac/

Contact Brian Richardson at richards@hawaii.edu to register or for more information.

The event is co-sponsored by Graduate Division.

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HathiTrust: Finding and Using Digital Resources

Note: the presentation will be held using Zoom.

Registration is required.

To register, please email Brian Richardson at richards@hawaii.edu

This hands-on workshop will introduce Hathi Trust, a large-scale collaborative repository of digital content from over 100 research libraries, the Google Books project, and the Internet Archive. The collection includes over 6 million items available to download as PDFs or text documents.

Topics will include:

  • Overview of HathiTrust
  • Search strategies
    • filters
    • searching full text versus catalog records
  • Downloading and working with PDFs
  • Creating and finding collections

The presentation will also provide foundational skills for using HathiTrust’s analytical tools.

Presentation handout: Introduction to HathiTrust [PDF]

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Teaching with Video Resources

The Center for Teaching Excellence presents: Teaching with Video Resources

This workshop will introduce some of the primary streaming video resources available through Hamilton Library: Films on Demand, Kanopy, Swank, and Ethnographic Video Online.

Topics will include:

  • Overview of the databases – including creating clips and collections
  • Search strategies
  • Sharing and embedding videos, including possible scenarios in Laulima

Presented by:

Brian Richardson, Business, Humanities, and Social Sciences Reference, Hamilton Library

These workshops are co-sponsored by the Hamilton Library.

To register online please visit: http://www.cte.hawaii.edu/events.html

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