Workshop: NVivo and EndNote

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NVivo and EndNote
October 20, 2014
3:30-5:00 pm
Room 211, Hodges Library

Register at workshop.utk.edu

This course will teach users how to combine NVivo 10 and EndNote to interface citations with research. Bibliographic data, including full-text articles, can be found and archived in EndNote and then transferred to NVivo for analysis. Most researchers use a bibliographic program to organize references and for the ‘Cite while you write’ function. Learning to use NVivo along with Endnote will allow you to add notes or annotations to your bibliographic database as you review your references. If you have added notes (or other material), NVivo can help you write a review of the literature in a particular area of research, or help you conduct an analysis of the literature (or other documentary sources) pertaining to a particular area of research.
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Taught by Rochelle Butler, Qualitative Research Consultant, OIT Research Computing Support, and Jeanine Williamson, engineering librarian.




Workshop: an online tool for data management planning

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***The Libraries’ Data Management Workshop, originally scheduled for Oct. 2, has been postponed. Watch for the rescheduled date here.***

Many grant funding agencies require researchers to plan ahead for data preservation and sharing as part of their research projects. To aid with these requirements, the UT Libraries subscribes to an online tool that makes the process a little easier – the DMPTool.

Join Chris Eaker, Data Curation Librarian, for “Getting Started with the DMPTool,” an overview of how to use the tool and its functionality.

When: 2:00-3:00 p.m., Thursday, October 2
Where: Hodges Library, Room 211

Contact Chris Eaker for more information at (865) 974-4404 or ceaker@nullutk.edu.




Create and format your bibliography as you write — EndNote workshop May 6

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Students enrolled in summer session classes can get a head start on an important skill: creating and formatting bibliographies. Cite It Right: EndNote Edition is a workshop to help students learn to cite resources and format papers using the EndNote citation management tool.

The workshop will take place Tuesday, May 6th, at 2 p.m. in 211 Hodges Library. Dr. Jeanine Williamson will lead the session.

The workshop is part of the Tech Petting Zoo, sponsored by the UT student chapters of the American Library Association/Tennessee Library Association and the Special Libraries Association. Tech Petting Zoo brings together School of Information Sciences faculty and students to share and demonstrate their favorite software and hardware.

Everyone is invited to the workshop.




EndNote classes, March 4 & 13: manage your references

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Want to get control of your citations? Consider attending a hands-on class to learn how to use EndNote, a citation management tool. The following EndNote classes are open to UT students, faculty, and staff.

Collaborating with EndNote and EndNote Online
Tuesday, March 4

2:00-3:00 p.m.
211 Hodges Library
Register by sending a message to endnote@nullutk.edu.
Learn how to use EndNote collaboratively. Share references and combine manuscript drafts, using either EndNote desktop ro EndNote Online. Presumes basic familiarity with EndNote desktop version.

Introduction to Endnote
Thursday, March 13

3:30-5:00 p.m.
211 Hodges Library
Register by sending a message to endnote@nullutk.edu.
Discover how you can capture and organize citations from database searches, attach full-text PDFs, and insert citations formatted in the style of your choice into Microsoft Word documents.

Some instruction is helpful to master EndNote basic features. More help is available in our library research guide (http://libguides.utk.edu/endnote) and through webinars (http://endnote.com/training).

EndNote is free to students, faculty, and staff.* Download EndNote at http://libguides.utk.edu/endnote.

To arrange class instruction for a group of seven or more people, email endnote@nullutk.edu.

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*EndNote is provided by a license from the Office of Information Technology to UT Knoxville, UT Memphis, and UT Space Institute.




EndNote training: Manage those citations!

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Want to get control of your citations? Consider attending a hands-on class to learn how to use EndNote, a citation management tool. The following introductory EndNote classes are open to UT students, faculty, and staff.

When:
Tuesday, Feb. 11, or Thursday, March 13
3:30-5:00 p.m.

Where:
211 Hodges Library

How:
To register, send choice of date to endnote@nullutk.edu.

Discover how you can capture and organize citations from database searches, attach full-text PDFs, and insert citations formatted in the style of your choice into Microsoft Word documents.

Some instruction is helpful to master EndNote basic features. More help is available in our library research guide (http://libguides.utk.edu/endnote) and through webinars (http://endnote.com/training).

EndNote is free to students, faculty, and staff.* Download EndNote at http://libguides.utk.edu/endnote.

To arrange class instruction for a group of seven or more people, email endnote@nullutk.edu.

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*EndNote is provided by a license from the Office of Information Technology to UT Knoxville, UT Memphis, and UT Space Institute.




Need research help? We’re coming to your residence hall.

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Take out logo2Announcing UT Libraries Take Out: Reference and Research Assistance in the Residence Halls. November 4 thru November 21 — just in time for final papers — librarians will be in residence halls to provide one-on-one research and reference assistance. Need help finding scholarly articles, evaluating sources, or organizing your bibliography? Look for the “UT Libraries Take Out” logo for the times and places you can receive specialized assistance.

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RESIDENCE HALL DATE TIME
Apartment Residence Tues, Nov. 5
Tues, Nov. 12
4-6 pm
6-8 pm
South Carrick Tues, Nov. 5
Thu, Nov. 14
4-6 pm
6-8 pm
North Carrick Thu, Nov. 7
Thu, Nov. 14
4-6 pm
6-8 pm
Clement Mon, Nov. 11
Mon, Nov. 18
4-6 pm
6-8 pm
Hess Hall Mon, Nov. 4
Mon, Nov. 11
4-6 pm
6-8 pm
Humes Hall Sun, Nov. 10
Tues, Nov. 19
4-6 pm
6-8 pm
Laurel Apartments Thu, Nov. 7
Thu, Nov. 14
4-6 pm
6-8 pm
Massey Wed, Nov. 6
Wed, Nov. 13
4-6 pm
6-8 pm
Morrill Mon, Nov. 11
Wed, Nov. 20
4-6 pm
4-6 pm
Reese Mon, Nov. 11
Sun, Nov. 17
4-6 pm
6-8 pm
Volunteer Wed, Nov. 13
Tues, Nov. 19
4-6 pm
6-8 pm



Workshop: Measuring Research

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A workshop open to all UT faculty, staff, and students:

Measuring Research: Understanding Citation Counts and Impact Factors
Wednesday, September 15
3:30-4:30 p.m.
Hodges Library, Room 211

This workshop will provide an overview of ways to analyze scholarly output, including citation counts, the h-Index, the Eigenfactor, and impact factors. Web of Science and Journal Citation Reports will be demonstrated during the hands-on portion of the session. Instructors: Donna Braquet, Associate Professor, Life Sciences Librarian; Peter Fernandez, Assistant Professor, Agriculture and Natural Resources Librarian. All UT faculty, staff and students are invited. Limited seating of 30. Please RSVP by Sept. 13 to dbraquet@nullutk.edu.