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EndNote: what is it?

EndNote is software supporting:

  • information management: collect information in one place, group in a relevant structure, comment, add keywords and much more;
  • referencing, footnotes and a bibliography: add references in a text, using the correct reference style ("output style"), make or change reference styles, set up bibliographic lists.

Using reference …

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level: algemeen
tags: refer   refereren  

EndNote: what is your library's capacity?

Ghent University has a license for EndNote desktop and has access to Web of Science.

 

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tags: EndNote   refer  

Endnote: find and remove duplicates

You can have duplicate references all removed in one click or one by one manually.

Manually remove duplicates

You can find duplicates of references when you click Library > Find Duplicates. You will get a pop-up where you can compare possible duplicates. If there are fields that differ, they will …

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tags: academic writing   refer  

Evidence-based guideline: how to write a quality guideline

What is an evidence-based guideline?

Evidence-based guidelines (or clinical practice guidelines) consist of statements that include recommendations to help physicians, patients, carers or policy makers make health care decisions in a specific health care setting with the aim of optimising patient care.

Evidence-based guidelines are informed by a systematic review …

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level: algemeen
tags: evidence-based guideline   evidence-based richtlijn  

LaTeX: what is it?

LaTeX is a markup language (like HTML). It ensures that your text (article, book, thesis) rolls out of the printer with impeccable layout and it's considered the standard for scientific works. Below, you can find some pros and cons of working with LaTeX.

 

Advantages of working with LaTeX
  • Scientific …
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tags: academic writing  

Mendeley: how to add PDFs to references

In the free Mendeley version, you can add PDFs to references manually. Here's how to do this:

  • Download a PDF of the article.
  • Open Mendeley Desktop.
  • Import the reference into your Mendeley library. OR Find and select the reference in your library.
  • In the lefthand column, click the '+' next …
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tags: refer  

Mendeley: how to add and edit references

There are two ways to add references to Mendeley. One method involves adding references in bulk, via databases like Web of Science or PubMed. This is called importing references. The other method is to manually add a reference, for instance if it's a print book, a presentation, …

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Mendeley: how to cite while you write

There are many advantages to citing while you're writing (as opposed to adding all the references after you've finished your paper).

  • You'll be less likely to forget to cite sources (so a lower chance to accidentally plagiarise).
  • You'll remember where to put the sources.
  • It's also easier to find the …
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Mendeley: how to delete duplicate references

You can easily delete duplicate references in Mendeley:

  • Open Mendeley Desktop.
  • Click 'Tools' > 'Check for duplicates'.
  • You can now delete the duplicate references one by one by clicking the trash icon next to the duplicate reference.

 

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Mendeley: how to export your library

A switch to a different kind of reference management software is one of several possible reasons to export your references. When you export your references, you create a small file that you can import again in another type of software. The free Mendeley Desktop version only allows you to …

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Mendeley: how to import references

Importing references into your library means you can save them for future research, to later edit or share them, or to cite them in a paper.

Web of Science
  • Open a browser via Athena or with a VPN-connection.
  • Go to Web of Science and search for the reference(s) you want …
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Mendeley: how to organise your library

In Mendeley, you can organise your references in Collections with several sublevels. You can also create Groups, which are collections of references you intend to share with other researchers.

Collections

To create Collections:

  • Open Mendeley Desktop.
  • Click on 'New Collection' in the lefthand column under 'COLLECTIONS'.
  • Name the Collection. …
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NVivo

NVivo, een softwareprogramma voor sociaalwetenschappelijk kwalitatief onderzoek, is het meest gebruikte programma voor kwalitatieve analyse in het Nederlandstalige gebied. Het is een veelzijdig programma met een uitgebreid gamma aan toegankelijke analyse-instrumenten, flexibel inzetbaar in de diversiteit aan kwalitatieve analysebenaderingen.

NVivo voor kwalitatieve analyse

Kwalitatieve analyse gebeurt vandaag vrijwel standaard met de …

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level: algemeen
tags: kwalitatief onderzoek  

Onderzoek: een stappenplan

Onderstaand stappenplan vermeldt de verschillende fasen in een onderzoekstraject (OVUR). Je kan het gebruiken als leidraad bij het uitvoeren van je onderzoek.

Omdat onderzoek geen "rechttoe rechtaan-proces" is, zijn voor jou misschien niet alle stappen van toepassing.

 

O - Oriënteren

Stap 1 - kies en verken je onderzoeksonderwerp en …

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tags: onderzoeksvraag  

OneNote: wat is dit?

OneNote kan je eigenlijk zien als een digitaal notitieblok. Het is perfect om tijdens vergaderingen te gebruiken door middel van touch of pen.

Je kan er:

  • notities in maken,
  • je ideeën opschrijven,
  • afbeeldingen invoegen,
  • content als documenten, e-mails, video's en audiobestanden in bewaren.

Een grote digitale map waar je dus alles in kwijt kan …

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level: algemeen
tags: academisch schrijven  

Paraphrase: how to

You paraphrase when you explain another author’s idea(s) in your own words, often with added context. Here's how to do it:

  • Extract the gist. For example, one of the main arguments in Virginia Woolf’s A Room of One’s Own (1929) is: women have the right to education.
  • When you …
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level: algemeen
tags: academic writing   copyright   refer  

Plagiarism detection: use of the tool StrikePlagiarism

Where can you find the tool?

Checking articles or other textual work for plagiarism? Recently, it can be done with a new tool, StrikePlagiarism. The new tool is built into the Ufora learning environment.

Teachers (and their students) are already familiar with it in the context of checking …

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level: algemeen
tags: academic writing   article   EndNote   integrity   journal   refer  

RIS-files gebruiken

Via het Research Information Systems-bestand kan je makkelijk de bibliografische gegevens exporteren uit de catalogus en databanken, en gebruiken in Zotero of Endnote. 

In de catalogus vind je bij elk record een RIS-bestand terug onderaan bij "Uitgebreide informatie" onder het tabblad "Citeren".

Bij de meeste databanken kan je een …

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level: algemeen
tags: EndNote  

Reference software: reasons to use it

Reference software, also known as bibliographic software, allows you to collect, manage and use information in a systematic way.

The tool supports you in

  • building your own library of references
  • coherently integrating references and citations in a text, according to a certain citation style such as APA, Vancouver, MLA
  • drafting …
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tags: refer  

Reference style: what is it?

A reference style defines the rules you have to follow to refer to sources. There are many different reference styles, often linked to a certain field. Also certain scientific journals have their own reference style. Some examples of reference styles are: MLA, APA, Vancouver, IEEE, OSCOLA,...

Pointers

References have to …

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Refereren: hoe refereer ik naar wetgeving als niet-jurist.e?

Voor een scriptie in juridische opleidingen zijn er strikte richtlijnen voor het refereren naar wetgeving. Maar wat als je wilt refereren naar wetgeving in een scriptie niet in kader van een juridische opleiding?

  • Consistente referentiestijl: Gebruik dezelfde referentiestijl om te refereren naar wetgeving en andere bronnen. Vaak is dat …
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level: algemeen
tags: academic writing   refereren  

Referring: how to do it correctly

When you mention (the ideas in) previously published work, you are referring to said work. You can do this by paraphrasing the ideas or findings in other papers, or you can cite them. Correctly referencing your sources is essential in academic writing (bachelor paper, master thesis, PhD dissertation). There are …

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Retraction Watch: what is it?

Retraction Watch, acquired by Crossref in September 2023, is a database that lists retracted (retractions) or corrected (corrections) publications, or publications with an expressions of concern. A blog is connected to the database, highlighting some of the retracted publications. Though Retraction Watch only started in 2010, older publications can …

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level: algemeen
tags: academic writing   article   copyright   evaluate   integrity   quality assessment  

Systematic review: tips, tricks and tools

How do I formulate my research question and selection criteria?

Formulate a research question in which, if possible, all aspects of your topic are named. The PICO model is a tool for setting up a clinical research question, clearly describing the patient category (Population/Patient), …

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level: algemeen
tags: FFW   FGE   quality assessment   research question   search strategy   systematic review  

Ufora: wetenschappelijke bronnen koppelen in een cursus

In Ufora, het leerplatform van de UGent, kan je wetenschappelijke bronnen linken per inhoud of (sub)module van een cursus. Hieronder lees je stapsgewijs hoe je zelf koppelingen maakt naar documenten/bestanden en webpagina's in Ufora. 

Merk op dat enkel cursusbeheerders en lesgevers aanpassingen kunnen doen aan een cursus en/of (sub)modules. …

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level: algemeen
tags: bibliotheek   databank  

V&A ((Dutch) reference style for law school)

If you are a student or researcher at the faculty of law, you are expected to use the legal references and abbreviations in your (Dutch) publications (thesis, scientific articles). In EndNote you will find this reference style as V&A.

Since EndNote is an American software package, a separate version of …

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tags: academic writing   refer  

Write: do you know what you're writing?

Before you start writing, having a good sense of what you'll be writing is an important first step. Some examples of text types that require different kinds of writing are:

  • a paper: you look for the answer to an objective research question through field research or a literature study. …
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level: algemeen
tags: academic writing   poster   systematic review