A few simple steps can make all the difference in connecting search results to full text, exporting citations to RefWorks or EndNote and best of all - SAVING TIME!
It's great that GoogleScholar settings can be saved by a cookie in your browser without requiring that you sign into a personal Google/Gmail account.
Go to: http://scholar.google.com
Look for the "gear" icon that says "Settings"
This post is in response to inquiries from Education graduate students who use the web-based RefWorks citation management solution for harvesting journal citations, but would like to ultimately have their citations reside in the desktop-based EndNote software. Presuming you are familiar with RefWorks, we will proceed from the point at which you have collectied citations in a specific RefWorks folder, and are prepared to export them to a text file on your desktop for later use with EndNote.
Annotated bibliographies can be managed in a variety of ways. Based on a recent interaction I will share the steps outlined for an EdD student who wanted to try using RefWorks.
My wonderful colleagues at the Health Sciences Library have created these tutorials related to RefWorks and health science databases. They are great, focused and all under 5 minutes!
RefWorks part 1: Overview
RefWorks part 2: Creating Folders
RefWorks part 3: Fi