November 2017 - News Archive
Citation styles can widely differ from journal to journal. CSL Citation Styles is a great resource for researchers creating bibliographies who need to look up a citation style. From the popular and more well-known citation styles to the uncommon citation styles, this open source tool allows researchers to search for citation styles by name and by example.
For more information, Nature Journal posted a blog on Nature Jobs reviewing CSL Citations Styles here.
You can also check out CSL Citation Styles online and try it out for yourself here.
Did you know that there is a way to add Boulder Labs Library (and other libraries) to your Google Scholar search? Once linked, Google Scholar will let you know if Boulder Labs Library owns a full-text version of the article that you are looking for. Linking Boulder Labs Library to your Google Scholar account is easy, all you have to do is go to the Google Scholar Menu> Settings> Library Links and search “Boulder Labs Library” in the search bar. Once the search icon is clicked, this will automatically add our library to your Google Scholar search.
For more in-depth directions, please go to this link here.
ProQuest has recently announced some exciting changes to Ebook Central. These new changes will allow users to find information in the book detail pages with easier access to the table of contents. Users can easily search for terms at the chapter-level, where information can be found within the page-level of the book. Additionally, downloaded resources can easily be organized through the newly added selection of naming conventions.
For more information about the new Ebook Central updates, please visit the ProQuest Press Release.
To see how the new updates for yourself, please visit Ebook Central.
The Boulder Labs Library is in the process of updating our website to support your information needs. We are requesting your participation in a short usability survey. This survey will help the Boulder Labs Library team in the web development process. The usability survey can be accessed here.
If you have any questions about the usability survey or want to learn more about the new upcoming website, please contact our Technology Services Librarian, Aurelia.