Posted by: bluesyemre | May 29, 2013

RefWorks Flow (a new way to collect, use, share and cite research)

  • Your references and your documents, finally in one place. No more trying to keep your local PDFs and your references synchronized. Easy to use from any device, all searchable in full-text. Collaborate on document collections, jointly adding and annotating documents. Create class reading lists, or share insights with researchers in your field. The “Save to Flow” button captures references and fulltext from all major research databases and sites. That, plus recognition of uploaded PDFs, means getting articles into your document library is easier than ever before. Built-in document reading, organizing, and annotating that works on any computer, tablet or phone. Upload PDFs and office documents and use them anywhere. Helping your users get started is easy. Just put in a list of email addresses and Flow guides your users through the process of setting them up and teaching them the basics. For academic institutions, Flow is copyright aware, enabling collaboration inside and outside your institution while preventing the proliferation of copyrighted materials.

http://flow.proquest.com/


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