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@ Gerstein
electronic resources newsletter from the Gerstein Science Information Centre

Volume 6, Issue 1/ October 2004      
       
     
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Contents
1. RefWorks: a new citation management service
2. News re my.alerts
3. Update on Faculty of 1000
4. T-Space
5. Loansome Doc Service
6. HubMed
7. Fall Instruction Schedule
8. MEDLINE/PubMed appointments always available
9. Previous issue contents
 
 
 
 
1. RefWorks
Free Bibliographic Software for UofT!

RefWorks, a web based bibliographic citation manager, is now available for faculty, staff, and students at the University of Toronto. It allows you to:

  • Collect your own set of references from online databases, catalogues, or by entering them manually

  • Create bibliographies for your own papers and essays according to a variety of established styles

  • Access your references from anywhere in the world

RefWorks is an alternative to other bibliographic software, such as Endnote, ProCite, and Reference Manager. To learn more about RefWorks, visit our online information guide or sign up for our workshop on October 20, 2004

 

   
       

@ Gerstein is a publication for the health and life sciences community at the University of Toronto. It is intended to keep readers informed of new electronic resources which are available at U of T. It replaces the former Life Science Resources News and the Electronic Information Update for the Health Sciences.

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