1. labfolder Mendeley integration


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    In this video, we demonstrate the integration of the free reference management tool and research network Mendeley (www.mendeley.com) in the free digital lab notebook of labfolder (www.labfolder.com). Learn how you can easily link your scientific raw data to publications and bring your most relevant papers to the bench!

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    • Introduction to RefWorks


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      Video tutorial demonstrating how to create an account and conduct basic reference management using RefWorks.

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      • Docear 1.0 Teaser


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        Download Docear at www.docear.org

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        • Mendeley Minute: Organizing Your Library


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          A quick tutorial on how to organize your Mendeley library

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          • Mendeley Minute: Creating your Researcher Profile


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            A quick tutorial on how to create your researcher profile on Mendeley

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            • Docear Teaser Preview


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              We are still looking for a native English speaker to narrate the video properly. Please contact info AT docear DOT. org if you are interested

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              • Mendeley Minute: Search on Mendeley Desktop and Mendeley Web


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                A quick tutorial on how to search your Mendeley Desktop and Mendeley Web applications

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                • Mendeley Minute: Importing Documents into your Library


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                  A quick tutorial on how to import documents and references into your library

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                  • Mendeley Minute: Generating Citations with the MS Word and OpenOffice Plug-ins*


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                    A quick tutorial on how to install and generate citations with our MS Word and OpenOffice Plug-ins * This video demonstrates how to use the MS Word plug-in for Mendeley Desktop v. on a Windows computer. The process is substantially similar for other versions of the software, run on different machines, but there are slight variations. For instance, on Mendeley Desktop v. 1.0, when using Word 2007 or Word 2010, the Mendeley plug-in is found under "References" as opposed to "Add-ins."

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                    • How PubMed users can save time accessing and organizing scientific Papers by using Bibliogo


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                      Voted 2012 Software & Information Industry (SIIA) CODiE Award winner for best online science or technology service, Bibliogo (www.bibliogo.com) is the journal article web app that helps users do more with scientific papers. Watch the video and read the description below to discover new PubMed citation and saved search importing features. Available freely to individual users who sign up at www.bibliogo.com, the latest Bibliogo features enable researchers to save time accessing full-text papers from PubMed and to improve the ways in which they manage and collaborate around scientific literature. Researchers click the new Bibliogo bookmarklet to push up to 100 PubMed references into Bibliogo's multitasking engine, a kind of command central for price quotes, full-text paper acquisition and bibliography building. Actions are executed quickly on single references or across multiple references simultaneously without consuming any additional research time. Researchers also use the bookmarklet to follow PubMed searches in Bibliogo. A single click inserts any PubMed search into Bibliogo's monitoring and alerting system. Current and new results from PubMed searches, alongside references from table of contents subscriptions and other sources, surface to the top of each researchers' Bibliogo feeds. Bibliogo then pushes alerts to researchers' inboxes via email.

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