Monthly Archives: April 2017

Getting started with EndNote Basic/Online? Check out their help videos and guides

EndNote is a popular reference management tool. It comes in two main forms: A desktop program This can be installed for free on OU PCs or can be purchased for use on your own PC There is some information on … Continue reading

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Getting started with Mendeley? Check out their help videos and guides

Mendeley is a popular reference management tool. Its strengths include the fact it can extract reference information directly from PDFs of articles, that you can use it across various platforms/devices and that it offers certain social media-like functions to discover … Continue reading

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HEFCE Open Access Policy: one year on – how is it working?

It’s been one year since the HEFCE Open Access Policy for the next REF came into force. In a nutshell the policy requires all journal articles and published conference items (with an ISSN) to be deposited in a repository within … Continue reading

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Survey – Describing the Research Process

To help create better resources to support researchers with data management, UC3 (University of California Curation Center) is conducting an informal survey to understand how researchers describe the research process and the stages of their work. In UC3’s words, “If … Continue reading

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