University of Miami Libraries now provides access to EndNote, a bibliographic software program which stores references you collect from databases, library catalogues or create manually. The program automatically formats the saved references in any standard citation format . Using EndNote, you can cite as you type your paper and create your bibliography by pulling from your stored references. EndNote is also capable of saving fulltext articles (in PDF format and/or in text), organizing image files, searching online and much more. For more information about EndNote, as well as complete list of features, visit their product page.
To begin using EndNote, visit the UM Technology Product Center website and download a free copy of the software to install on your computer. It is available for both Mac and PC and free to all University of Miami students, faculty and staff.
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Book Presentation on December 15 by Hermes Mallea featuring his book, Great Houses of Havana: A Century of Cuban Style. For more information please visit the CHC Blog.
Have you seen the new mural “The U: Dynamic History, Vibrant Traditions” at the University Student Center? The 108 ft mural portrays the University’s 85 year history in chronological order by the five administrations from President Ashe to President Shalala. The majority of the historical images used in the mural for the first three presidencies were provided by the University Archives’ Historical Photograph Collection.
The University of Miami Archives holds over 500,000 photographs, negatives and slides that document the University’s growth from the 1920s through the presidency of Henry King Stanford. Especially rich are the images of UM sports, the expansion of each campus, student life, and special events such as commencement ceremonies. Please go to the University of Miami Historical Photograph Collection website to browse or research approximately 8,000 already digitized images from the collection.
The reorganization and digitization of the historical photographs were made possible by a collaboration of several Richter departments for two years from 2007 to 2009. The digitized collection has become one of the most popular digital contents of the Richter Library, and the University Archives has been serving important clients with the images from President Shalala and Provost LeBlanc, the Trustees, and the Alumni Association.
If your instructor has said “no!” to Wikipedia, you may be wondering where you can go for reliable information on the internet, especially when starting your research. Try Britannica Online! Britannica Online includes the online version of the well-respected Encyclopedia Britannica and Merriam-Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary. Other resources include atlases, timelines, geography tools, and news. With signed articles and guides to a variety of subjects, from Shakespeare to World War II, Britannica Online is everything you’ll need in an online encyclopedia. Plus, it’s free to use anywhere you have internet access: no log-in is necessary. Give Britannica Online a try!
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