Many scholars are confused and do not know if they can or should upload the pdfs of their articles on academic social media websites such as Researchgate or academia.edu. Our colleague Catherine Brendow tries to clear things up.Continue reading “Should you Share your Published Articles on Academic Social Media?”
In 2011, the Library created a repository to host the research produced by the Graduate Institute. Since then, our team has added many records of books, theses, journal articles or working papers. Our repository also allows our researchers to comply with the requirements of their funders who want them to make their research open access. Our colleague Catherine Brendow explains how it works.Continue reading “Archiving the Graduate Institute’s Research”
Sometimes Word or Libre Office just won’t do. Economists (and others) at the Graduate Institute need a tool such as LaTeX to insert mathematical expressions in their thesis. How can they cite their sources? Our citation managers specialist Catherine Brendow has some clues.Continue reading “Citation tools for LaTeX users”
Zotero is a great tool. You probably know it is useful when writing your essays and thesis, but have you tried its collaborative features yet? Let our resident specialist Catherine Brendow tell you how to improve group work and reference management.
How many times have you bumped into a paywall and cursed? There are some indications that paywalls could soon belong to the past, but what will replace them? Learn more from Catherine Brendow in the following article.Continue reading “The end of the paywall?”