Library tips

Benefit your research by making the most of the library. These library tips will provide you with some hints and tricks to improve the way to use the library, improving your results and accessibility to the best open access documents on the library.

Search Guide

How to search the Library

The following guidelines will help you to find your way through and get acquainted with the most important functionalities of the new Library.

Read now the Library Search Guide available here or watch the video.

Tips and tricks

How to subscribe to new content in the Library

You want to stay up to date with the latest publications in the field of your research?Subscribe to the hundreds of collections and/or journals of the Library!This video explains the few steps to follow:- Login with your user credentials- Go to "My Account" =>Profile =>Subscriptions- Select a Collection and/or Journal of your choice (drop down menu). You... Read MoreAboutHow to subscribe to new content in the Library »

Export and share your citations/references

This Library tip shows you how to export all your search results in various formats: BibTex, EndNote, RefMan and CSV and import them in Zotero. You will also learn how to make a selective export, to share items through social media and e-mail and some recommendations while exporting records.  Export your referencesTo export the 10 records that appear when you do any search on... Read MoreAboutExport and share your citations/references »

Author profiles - a way to promote your work in the Library

  Discover the new author profile section at the Library. This new, free-to-use feature has been built to help you promote your work to both your personal network and a broader network of like-minded individuals in Library. As a researcher and published author, it is crucial to have an up-to-date list of publications and articles that showcases your work.... Read MoreAboutAuthor profiles - a way to promote your work in the Library »
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