Locating the full text of an article:
Google Scholar is a time-saving, scholarly search interface accessible from within the Google interface. With Google Scholar, you can access peer-reviewed journal articles, books and book sections. For literature searching, specialized databases have more functionality and access more comprehensive results, but Google Scholar is a good tool to use for a search for a known item.
You can configure Google Scholar to:
Here's how to display NYU links:
The next time you search scholar.google.com, the GetIt at NYU option will be available next to accessible article citations.
Here's how to change settings for Bibliography manager:
1. In PubMed, perform a search and mark the references you want to export; use the dropdown menu to Send to “Clipboard,” Choose destination, Clipboard, click ADD to Clipboard.
2. When you are finished with your search session, click on items you have saved in "Clipboard" (upper right of screen) ;
3. Once you are in Clipboard, once again to to "Send to" in upper right of screen and in drop-down menu, select “File,” Change format in dropdown menu to "MEDLINE" format. (this is a critical step...you must save in MEDLINE format so that Refworks can "read" the file.)
4. Then click on Create File. File will be saved in your Downloads.
5. NOW, open a new window and Log in to RefWorks with your id and password.
6. Select References/Import from the toolbar
7. Select NLM PubMed as the filter; select PubMed as the database
8. Browse to find the text file you saved to your computer (look in Downloads)
Your PubMed records should appear in the Refworks "Last Imported" Folder. (Remember to move them into an assigned folder before you do your next import)