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Anthropology 319 - SpringSummer2021

ANTH 319 Library Seminar - EndNote Online - Outline of Topics - May 13-2021

Getting Started with EndNote Online, Adding Resources [via WOS], Creating a Reference List

Step 1: Register with the Web of Science

Step 2: Add a Group in EndNote for your Project

Step 3: Find Resources in Web of Science to Export into EndNote

Step 4: Selecting Records and Exporting Selected Records to EndNote

Step 5: Create a list of References using EndNote Online

Step 6: Review and Edit the Reference List Created

DEMO: EndNote Online Cite While You Write™ Plug-In

DEMO: Adding References to EndNote via Summon

DEMO: Adding References to EndNote via Google Scholar

Exporting references: "Web or Science TO EndNoteOnline

Getting Started with EndNote & Adding Resources

Step 1: Register with the Web of Science

  • Select Databases option under Search options tab on the Libraries Home Page

  • Link to the Web of Science database on the Databases page

  • Register with the Web of Science  [Registration is under the Sign in tab ]

    • Why register with the Web of Science?

      • To add references to your EndNote Library 

    • Register using your UVic email or any email
      • Create a unique password. Do not use your UVic Netlink ID pswd
      • Check your email to confirm registration

Step 2: Add a Group in EndNote for your Project

  • Sign in to the Web of Science
  • Open EndNote from within the Web of Science. A new tab will open.
  • Add a Group in EndNote for your project
    • Select Organize -> Manage My Groups -> New group [at bottom of list]
    • Name your group and Save
    • Rename your Group if desired
    • Explore the Manage Sharing option and add emails

Step 3: Find Resources in Web of Science to Export into EndNote

  • Go to the Web of Science Tab [beside the EndNote tab]
    • Revisit WOS Help Contents for tips on Boolean operators (AND,OR, NOT), phrase searching, truncation

  • Sample Search [a Review]

    • Create Result Set #1:  Search by topic with keywords skelet* age estimation
      • Refine result by Web of Science Categories: Archaeology, Anthropology
    • Result Set #2 is created by the "Refine" action
    • Create Result Set #3: Search by topic with keywords "transition analysis"
    • Go To Search History to combine searches
    • Select Search Results #1 #2 #3 .
      • Select the AND option.
      • Select Combine.
      • Result Set #4 is created.
    • Open Result Set #4

Step 4: Selecting Records and Exporting Selected Records to EndNote

  • Select 4-5 records by put a check mark in the box beside the record in the result set 
  • Add to Marked List
    • OR Open each record to review it and add each record, one at a time, via the Add to Marked Marked List option.
  • Open Marked List
  • Export to Endnote Online

Step 5: Create a list of References using EndNote Online

  • Select the EndNote Tab
  • Select My Referemces
  • Select the [Unfiled] option.  It has the number of references exported from, the Web of Science
  • Select the All option and Add the to the group you created in Step #2.
  • Open your named Group . You should see a list the References exported.
  • Select All [or some] of these References
  • Select the Format option
  • Select Bibliography under the Format tab in EndNote
  • Choose the group folder where the references have been gathered
  • Select the Bibliographic Style [Chicago 16th]
  • Select txt as the File format

  • Select the Preview & Print button.

  • Copy and paste your bibliography into your WORD document. Review and correct any elements as necessary

Step 6: Review and Edit the Reference List Created

Calce, S. E., Kurki, H. K., Weston, D. A., & Gould, L. (2018). Effects of osteoarthritis on age-at-death estimates from the human pelvis. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 167(1), 3-19. doi:10.1002/ajpa.23595

Clark, M. A., Simon, A., & Hubbe, M. (2020). Aging methods and age-at-death distributions: Does transition analysis call for a re-examination of bioarchaeological data? International Journal of Osteoarchaeology, 30(2), 206-217. doi:10.1002/oa.2848

Kamnikar, K., Herrmann, N. P., & Plemons, A. M. (2018). New Approaches to Juvenile Age Estimation in Forensics: Application of Transition Analysis via the Shackelford et al. Method to a Diverse Modern Subadult Sample. Human Biology, 90(1), 11-30. doi:10.13110/humanbiology.90.1.06

 

DEMO: EndNote's Cite While YouWrite Plug-in for WORD

  • Sample WORD document
     

Calce presents age related estimates in the human pelvis (Calce, Kurki, Weston, & Gould, 2018) and Clark discusses aging methods (Clark, Simon, & Hubbe, 2020) ...

List of References

Calce, S. E., Kurki, H. K., Weston, D. A., & Gould, L. (2018). Effects of osteoarthritis on age-at-death estimates from the human pelvis. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 167(1), 3-19. doi:10.1002/ajpa.23595
 

Clark, M. A., Simon, A., & Hubbe, M. (2020). Aging methods and age-at-death distributions: Does transition analysis call for a re-examination of bioarchaeological data? International Journal of Osteoarchaeology, 30(2), 206-217. doi:10.1002/oa.2848

 

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