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About us
by Damien Belveze - Last Updated Nov 6, 2014
and about Form@doct, tutorial created and updated by libraries of following institutions : URFIST de Rennes, Universities of Rennes 1, Rennes 2, UBS, UBO and other institutions such as schools and labs
Alert services
by Catherine Bertignac, Le Men Hervé - Last Updated Jul 8, 2014
Monitoring developments on a particular topic or in the work of a particular author or institution without having to query the same information source twice.
Archive documents
by Dominique Bouge-Grandon, Séverine Moro - Last Updated Jul 12, 2014
Understanding the concept of archive ● Identifying the different types of archives ● Discovering a few tools to identify and spot an archive document
Audiovisual and multimedia documents
by Le Men Hervé - Last Updated Dec 11, 2014
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Bibliographic reference managers
by Dominique Bouge-Grandon, Marie-Laure Malingre - Last Updated Jul 8, 2014
Choose a bibliographic reference manager to store references, to manage them, share them and produce a bibliography.
Bibliometrics
by Catherine Bertignac, Emilie Marie - Last Updated Jul 8, 2014
What is bibliometrics ? What are indicators ? Where to find them ? Why are they important for doctoral students ?
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Collecting, managing and citing bibliographic references with Zotero
by Marie-Laure Malingre, Julien Sicot - Last Updated Jul 8, 2014
User guide for the Zotero bibliographic management software
Contracts and right conveyance
by Damien Belveze, Anne-Céline Dubois, Cristina Pereira - Last Updated Jul 8, 2014
Which contracts apply to copyright? What are the implications of right conveyance?
Copyright in the digital era
by Dominique Bouge-Grandon, Anne-Céline Dubois, Séverine Moro - Last Updated Jul 12, 2014
Identifying the conditions of use of copyrighted works in a thesis published online
Copyrights for literary and artistic works
by Séverine Moro - Last Updated Jul 8, 2014
Identifying the overarching principles on copyrights for literary and artistic works in order to respect them as a user and have them respected as the author / producer.
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Depositing a document in an open archive
by Emilie Marie, Julien Sicot - Last Updated Jul 8, 2014
Benefits, issues and steps of depositing a document in an open archive
Developing an information search strategy
by Damien Belveze, Le Men Hervé - Last Updated Jul 8, 2014
Simple but efficient actions for a documentalist to assess the latest developments on a topic
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Exploring the online press
by Damien Belveze, Clémence Martin - Last Updated Jul 8, 2014
This guide is intended to show you where to find news articles online and help you become familiar with online news portals, platforms and aggregators.
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Feed aggregators, customizable pages
by Damien Belveze - Last Updated Jul 9, 2014
Create a workspace on the Internet and subscribe to RSS feeds. Import and export RSS feeds. Share monitoring results with other internet users
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Journal Aggregation
by Agnès Colnot - Last Updated Jul 8, 2014
Understanding what a journal is aggregator and learning to access their content according to major fields of study
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Legal aspects to submitting and circulating a thesis
by Laurence Leroux - Last Updated Jul 8, 2014
Identifying the legal framework applicable to submitting and circulating your thesis
Libraries, documentation centers, archives
by Dominique Bouge-Grandon - Last Updated Dec 11, 2014
Spotting the different places where information can be found
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Mailing lists and discussion forums
by Le Men Hervé - Last Updated Jul 8, 2014
Operating principles, uses and specific advantages of mailing lists and discussion forums
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Open access and legal issues
by Agnès Colnot, Alexandre Serres, Julien Sicot - Last Updated Jul 9, 2014
Addressing the various legal issues raised by uploading a document onto an open archive or publishing it in a open access review
Open access scholarly journals
by Alexandre Serres, Julien Sicot - Last Updated Jul 8, 2014
This guide is intended to provide a definition of open access journals, present the main actors in open access e-publishing and help you to find open access journals and papers.
Open archives
by Damien Belveze, Emilie Marie - Last Updated Jul 10, 2014
Growing numbers of institutions are setting up their own repositories to archive and disseminate their researchers’ scientific output. This guide explains what is an open archive, what it is used for and how it can be improved.
Optimized monitoring with the Netvibes aggregator
by David Fernandes, Fanny Saint-Georges - Last Updated Jul 8, 2014
Learn how to use the Netvibes aggregator to monitor, centralize and organize your information sources. Automate your monitoring with a free customizable portal.
Organising and managing your documentation
by Dominique Bouge-Grandon - Last Updated Jul 12, 2014
How to manage your personal documentation? How to use digital tools to manage your documentation?
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Patents
by Karim Belghit, Nathalie Blanchard - Last Updated Jul 8, 2014
What is a patent? The purpose of a patent. Finding a patent. Applying for a patent.
Plagiarism
by Laurence Leroux, Alexandre Serres - Last Updated Jul 8, 2014
Definition, stakes, consequences, risks, prevention… of academic plagiarism; resources, tools against plagiarism
Preparing a bibliography
by Dominique Bouge-Grandon, Sandrine Portet - Last Updated Jul 12, 2014
This guide explains why it is useful for researchers to compile a personal reference database for preparing their bibliography
Publishing an article in a scholarly journal
by Catherine Bertignac, Le Men Hervé - Last Updated Jul 9, 2014
This guide is intended to provide the key elements for having an article published in a scholarly journal
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Scientific search engines
by Alexandre Serres - Last Updated Jul 8, 2014
Definition, advantages, operation, usage, resources... of scientific search engines
Search operators
by Anne-Céline Dubois, Alexandre Serres - Last Updated Jul 9, 2014
Understanding what a search operator is. Master Boolean, numeric, proximity, truncation... operators
Social bookmarking platforms
by Clémence Martin - Last Updated Jul 8, 2014
How to resource, organize and exploit an online reference database ● Benefit from the monitoring of other specialists ● Share content with other users
Social networks for researchers
by Damien Belveze, Le Men Hervé - Last Updated Dec 10, 2014
Identifying the main networks for researchers • Increasing the visibility of your publications thanks to social networks Finding collaborators via social networks • Contributing to a social network
Standards
by Karim Belghit, Nathalie Blanchard - Last Updated Jul 8, 2014
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Thesis and open archive servers
by Anne-Céline Dubois, Laurence Leroux - Last Updated Jul 8, 2014
This guide is intended to help you become familiar with servers containing theses and open archives. It provides a selection of servers useful for your research work.
Thesis: outline and sections
by Laurence Leroux, Julien Sicot - Last Updated Jul 8, 2014
Identifying the recommendations on structuring, being able to organise and arrange the sections in a thesis
Thesis: standards and formats
by Laurence Leroux, Julien Sicot - Last Updated Jul 8, 2014
Identifying the standards and recommendations for presentation, being able to write in accordance with page layout and typographic rules
Twitter essai Libguides
by Damien Belveze - Last Updated May 6, 2015
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Using IEEExplore and becoming familiar with the IEEE citation style
by Damien Belveze, Laurence Douilly - Last Updated Dec 10, 2014
This guide describes the IEEExplore database in electronics, telecommunications, engineering and computer science and its various features: information search, sharing of results and citing rules.
Using ScienceDirect
by Damien Belveze, Agnès Colnot, Le Men Hervé - Last Updated Dec 10, 2014
This guide provides information on ScienceDirect, the online journal aggregator, and on how to use it.
Using SpringerLink
by Le Men Hervé - Last Updated Jul 20, 2014
This guide presents the Springer online resource and explains how to use it most effectively.
Using the Web of Science
by Catherine Bertignac, David Fernandes - Last Updated Jul 8, 2014
Searching, quantitatively analysing and keeping up to date using the Web of Science multidisciplinary and international bibliographic database.
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Wikis
by Laurence Leroux - Last Updated Jul 8, 2014
Learning about and using Web 2.0 collaborative tools ● For efficiently using a wiki