Tag Archives: Scholarly Communication

EndNote X7 Update: Library Sharing and Unlimited Storage

An update to EndNote X7 will be released on 30 September which will give all users the ability to share their library with up to 14 users. With library sharing, users can:

  • Share a library with up to 14 people without additional fees.
  • Sync attachments, notes, and annotations in real-time for effective collaboration.
  • Share libraries of all sizes with unlimited storage.

For more information regarding the update, please visit http://endnote.com/promotions/library-sharing

To know more about EndNote, please visit https://blogs.ntu.edu.sg/lib-learning/workshops/endnote/

Ethics in Research and Publication

Elsevier has just launched a new program to educate young researchers about the importance of research integrity. The Ethics in Research & Publication program is the collaboration of an independent panel of experts in research and publishing ethics and Elsevier.

The resources and tools on this website are meant to help users carry out their research work with confidence and include the following sections:

  • Ethics Toolkit
    What constitutes scientific misconduct and breach of publishing ethics?
  • Quiz
    Think you know where to draw the Ethical line? Take the quiz and find out!
  • Experts’ Corner
    Find out who are experts on the advisory panel
  • Community
    Interviews with victims of ethical breaches
  • Tools of the Trade
    Tools to protect the integrity of the scientific literature
  • Resources
    Recommended readings and helpful resources in ethics
  • Stay Connected
    Have a question? Ask the experts!

To find out more, visit the website at www.ethics.elsevier.com

Incidentally, the Library also has a website containing resources, quizzes and videos related to plagiarism and academic writing. Visit the website at www3.ntu.edu.sg/lib/plagiarism for more information.

Retraction Watch – More about Scientific Journal Article Retractions

Find out more about scientific journal article retractions from the Retraction Watch blog. To read the postings, you can filter by Author, Country, Institution, Journal and more. Hear Ivan Oransky, who is the co-founder of the blog, talked about some of the retraction cases during an interview by OTM.