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Non-traditional metrics (alt-metrics) have become widely available in recent years to help you understand the wider impact of your work. These complement rather than replace traditional citations and measure very different things. This session will explore some of the metrics available: including article-level downloads, social media mentions, social bookmarking counts and recommendations. What do they mean, and how can you access them to follow the progress of your papers?
Our final session for July 2015 is in the Library Seminar Room or online at 11am (BST) on:
EndNote X7, which is available on University computers, now has a toolbar for inserting citations and references into PowerPoint.
1) Open up PowerPoint and place your cursor where you wish to insert a citation or a reference.
2) Click on the EndNote X7 tab.
3) Choose the reference style you want to use from the drop-down menu.
4) Click Insert Citation or Insert Reference
5) Search for the reference you want or search on * to bring up a list of all your references.
6) Click on Insert.
You will need to insert the citation and the references separately as
this is not a Cite While You Write toolbar like the one in Word.