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  • Kathryn Unsworth and Anne Melles Engaging with disciplinary practices for citation management teaching Kathryn Unsworth and Anne Melles
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  • It started with a conversation 17th September 2014Engaging with disciplinary practices for citation management teaching2
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  • 17th September 2014Engaging with disciplinary practices for citation management teaching3... drove a research idea narrowed perspectives have inevitably led the LIS community to think primarily about the user in the life of the library, however, it might be more illuminating to focus on the library in the life of the user (Wiegand, 2003, p. 372)
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  • 17th September 2014Engaging with disciplinary practices for citation management teaching4 Taking those first steps daunting, but exciting
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  • Research methods 17th September 2014Engaging with disciplinary practices for citation management teaching5
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  • Research question 1A Do postgraduates who attend EndNote classes go on to use EndNote? 17th September 2014Engaging with disciplinary practices for citation management teaching6
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  • Postgraduates who attended EN classes went on to use 17th September 2014Engaging with disciplinary practices for citation management teaching7
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  • Research question 1B If using EndNote, why? 17 th September 2014Engaging with disciplinary practices for citation management teaching8
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  • 17th September 2014Engaging with disciplinary practices for citation management teaching9 What prompted the choice? (Data filtered to EN users only)
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  • Research question 2 How is EndNote being used? 17th September 2014Engaging with disciplinary practices for citation management teaching10
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  • Which features are important? 17th September 2014 Engaging with disciplinary practices for citation management teaching 11
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  • Not all features are equal 17th September 2014Engaging with disciplinary practices for citation management teaching12 Top 3 appreciated features: CWYW Downloading references Reference lists Top 3 appreciated features: CWYW Downloading references Reference lists Top 3 frustrations: CWYW Formatting Technical issues Top 3 frustrations: CWYW Formatting Technical issues
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  • Use of the software 17th September 2014 Engaging with disciplinary practices for citation management teaching 13
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  • 17th September 2014 Engaging with disciplinary practices for citation management teaching 14 PDFs Downloads references into EN Groups Manual insertion of citations into Word PDFs Syncs CWYW Manual entry of references into EN
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  • Happy users / Frustrated users 17th September 2014 Engaging with disciplinary practices for citation management teaching 15 Writing academic papers and books without using it would be an impossibility for me. But it is so surprising for me to see that there are still people who dont use it. (A/R) I am operating with a corrupted copy of EndNote so the list of things that annoy me is too long to articulate. (STU)
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  • Research question 3 If researchers are not using citation management software, how do they manage their citations? 17th September 2014Engaging with disciplinary practices for citation management teaching16
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  • 17th September 2014Engaging with disciplinary practices for citation management teaching17 Technologies used in citation management
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  • 17th September 2014 Engaging with disciplinary practices for citation management teaching 18 PDFs - Dropbox Screenshot tool MacBook Reading List Manual insertion of citations into Word
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