Tools and Apps

EndNote

EndNote is a software tool for publishing and managing bibliographies. Windows, Mac OS, and web versions are available.

Software must be downloaded from the campus file server: F:\Install\endnote. Users need to create an account from a computer using a South Dakota Mines campus LAN connection; the install process will guide you through this. If you have used EndNote Web or some of the “save your search” features in Web of Science (WOS) you may already have an account.

Once an account has been created, it may be used off campus. A user may use either EndNote Web or the desktop software. Login id must be a valid email account. Once an account has been created you may customize the filters, etc.

Online tutorials and training sessions are available at http://www.endnoteweb.com/training/entraining.asp.

Mobile Apps

These apps are provided as is by the vendor and have not been tested by the library. Please contact the vendor for assistance.

 The EBSCO App is available for iOS and Android devices from the iTunes App store and Google Play.

Ebsco Databases:

Academic Search Premier
AHFS Consumer Medication Information
Alt HealthWatch
Applied Science & Technology
Business Source Premier
Consumer Health Complete
eBook Collection
EBSCO MegaFILE
EBSCOhost
ERIC
Funk and Wagnall's New World Encyclopedia
GreenFILE
GeoRef
GeoRef in process
Health Source – Consumer Edition
Health Source - Nursing/Academic
Library, Information Science & Technology Abstracts 
MasterFILE Complete
MLA International Bibliography
Points of View Reference Center
Professional Development Collection
Readers' Guide Retrospective: 1890-1982
Regional Business News

Other Databases with Apps, use Google play store or Itunes App Store:


OpenSky

OpenSky - Open Access

 OPENSKY
Research, services, resources

“OpenSky is the OPEN ACCESS
 institutional repository of 
scholarly works published
by scientists, researchers, 
and other staff supporting 
NCAR, UCAR, and UCP.
Free and open access 
for the benefit of the Earth 
system science research 
and education communities.” – NCAR

NCAR ARCHIVES: Selection 
of digitized historical papers, 
photos, and other records 
documenting the broad 
spectrum of activities 
undertaken by NCAR.

NCAR TECHNICAL NOTES: 
Scientific and technical 
reports, issued by NCAR
divisions and programs. 

NCAR/UCAR IMAGE AND 
    MULTIMEDIA GALLERY:
 Photos and illustrations 
of weather, water, climate, 
and solar phenomena, etc.

NCAR/UCAR RESEARCH: 
Scholarship--journal articles, 
book chapters, conference 
materials, and grey literature.

STUDENT RESEARCH: Capstone 
projects from student-oriented 
programs such as Significant 
Opportunities in (SOARS),
(SIParCS), and (DCERC).

UCAR COMMUNITY WORKS: 
newsletters, proceedings, 
and reports contributed by 
UCAR community partners.



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