Would you like to have your academic work searched by Google Scholar or have your work archived in the UBC Library?

Be sure to check out the next cIRcle information session as part of the UBC Graduate & Undergraduate Student Workshop Series‘ events offered by UBC Library. The next cIRcle workshop is happening tomorrow at 3pm in Scarfe 155  which is located inside the Education Library (Neville Scarfe Building).

You will learn about cIRcle, what it contains, how you can contribute and what permissions are required to submit your presentations, articles and reports. This session will be facilitated by Jo-Anne Naslund.

To register, please click here.

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Looking around in “Academic Search Complete” or some other EbscoHOST database and suddenly need the help of a Librarian? Well, now you can get it.

At the search result level within EbscoHOST databases (or at the article level, if you are browsing a journal), an AskAway box will pop up on the right.

Don’t know what “AskAway” is? Read about it here.

Attend this workshop and you’ll be ready to use RefWorks when writing and formatting papers. Download Write-N-Cite and insert in-text citations while writing!  Bring your laptops (optional) & your questions.

This workshop is taking place today from 3:30-4:15 pm in Scarfe 155 (inside the Education Library).

Write-n-Cite III is compatible with MS Word 2010. There are some differences if you are installing Write-n-Cite III with Word 2010. First Word 2010 must be completely installed on the local computer and then the computer must be restarted before Write-n-Cite III can be installed. Additionally, Microsoft now offers a version of Word 2010 called Click and Run that installs a virtualization handler to your local computer and then runs the application on the web. Write-n-Cite III is not compatible with this version of Word. The full application must be installed on the local computer for Write-n-Cite III to recognize the installation of MS Word 2010.

We currently have two trials running of databases with market research content for business planning:

EBSCO’s Entrepreneurial Studies Source
http://resources.library.ubc.ca/1736/ offers users full text for more than 125 key periodicals, 135 reference books, numerous case studies, thousands of company profiles and over 600 videos with transcripts and related articles

Proquest Entrepreneur
http://resources.library.ubc.ca/1742/ includes scholarly journals, dissertations, working papers and conference proceedings. The database also offers a full toolkit of practical guides, templates, forms, sample business plans.

Please submit your votes to the feedback forms on the trial resource pages, or directly to Aleha McCauley.

Trials will run through the month of June.

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