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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

 

 
 
 
 
7. Fall Instruction Schedule

Each term the science libraries at the University of Toronto offer a free database instruction program for all students, staff and faculty at the University of Toronto. The complete schedule is below. To register, click on the class name.

Faculty & Instructors may also request that the library staff present research component for their courses. Contact: Carla Hagstrom at 416.946.0468 or carla.hagstrom@utoronto.ca to arrange this.

Bibliographical Mangement Software:
Several EndNote and Reference Manager sessions are being arranged for the first week of Novermber. Once arrangements are final, details and registration will be at http://www.library.utoronto.ca/gerstein/instruction.html#classes. (See also, below, a session on the new RefWorks bibliographic management service.)

What Every NEW Science Student Needs to Know About Internet Access & Resources at U of T
Find out how to connect to and navigate the 27,000 electronic journals and almost 900 databases (e-indexes and reference sources) available at the U of T.
Thursday, September 16, 4:10-5:00 pm

Exploring the Library's Web Catalogue
Do you know how to find which library has the scientific journal you want or if there is an electronic copy of it? Where are the books you want? How do you find books on your topic? Answers to these questions and additional tips and tricks will be provided.
Tuesday, September 21, 12:10-1:00 pm
Monday, September 27, 1:10-2:00 pm

Web Search Alert: What You Don't know about Search Engines can Hurt You!
Is Google your favorite search engine? Do you use meta-search engines and other advanced keyword search tools to make light work of your web searching? If so, you don't know what you're missing! Become a more aware consumer of Internet search services by learning the ways that search engines deliver search results. Apply the skills you learn to any new search tool that you encounter. PLUS, learn about the "invisible web" : the hundreds of millions of web pages that search engines don't index, and some great tools for finding them. This session is not for beginners, but for those who already have a list of "favorite" web search engines and meta-engines.
Wednesday, October 13, 3:10-4:30 pm
Wednesday, November 10, 3:10-4:30 pm

Citation Management using RefWorks
Learn to import references from databases such as Web of Science, organize a database of citations, add references to a Word document, format a bibliography using different styles. The RefWorks program is available free to the U of T community.
Wednesday, October 20, 9:30-11:30 am

What Every PDA Owner Should Know about Downloading Medical Content
Wednesday, November 24, 3:10-4:30 pm

 

 


   
       

@ 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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