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.

The David Lam Library’s Business FAQs database was launched in December 2010, with FAQs relating to business databases, the David Lam Library and the Canaccord Learning Commons.

We have just added two new categories of to the FAQs:

  1. Labour: FAQs relating to the labour market and industrial relations research
  2. Management: FAQs relating to researching executive compensation, executive recruitment, leadership, and other management topics

 Click here to browse or search the FAQs database.

In addition a new OBHR research guide lists books, articles and other resources for researching a variety of OBHR topics, including organizational behaviour, human resource management, industrial relations, the labour market and leadership.

The David Lam Library has launched a new Business FAQs database today. Designed to answer commonly asked questions relating to the David Lam Library and to business research, the FAQs can be searched by keyword or browsed by category.

The database is based on the Business FAQs at the Lippincott Library at the Wharton School of Business, University of Pennsylvania. We would like to acknowledge and thank the Lippincott Library for providing us with a copy of the database and assisting with the technical set up of our FAQs.

There are currently 3 categories of questions:

  1. Business Databases: questions relating to accessing business databases available through the library
  2. David Lam Management Research Library: questions relating to facilities and services
  3. Sauder School of Business: questions relating to Sauder publications

New categories will be added in the New Year, including FAQs relating to new services and spaces in the Canaccord Learning Commons, which is due to open in early 2011.

Click here to access the database. We encourage you to explore the FAQs and to let your students know about this resource. 

Your feedback on the FAQs is welcome. Please send any feedback to Lindsay Ure

There are two major options to identify yourself as a UBC user when off-campus.

1. VPN or proxy server. This is the recommended method to get full functionality of RefWorks.

2. The Group Code – This method is not recommended unless absolutely necessary as some functionality is lost. For instance, connecting via the group code will not allow you to link to full-text articles by clicking on the eLink button available for each RefWorks record.
However, if you’re working at a computer whose settings you can’t easily modify, the group code still allows off-campus users to access RefWorks and Write-N-Cite without authenticating through a VPN or proxy service. Access the UBC Library Group Code and enter your library barcode and pin.

The group code is changed at least once a year.

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