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Reference tool Refworks
The collection, safe storage and organization of literature and reference information is essential for researchers. The University Library has the ideal tools to help you.
Reference tool BibTex
BibTex is a bibliographic management tool, comparable with RefWorks. BibTex is part of TeX live, which includes the wordprocessor LaTeX. LaTeX is used frequently in Mathematics and Natural Sciences studies. TeX live is available in the UWP RUG menu.
For more information and online help consult the website BibTex.org
Information Literacy / Informatievaardigheden
Citation searching is: take a publication, and search for articles and other publications by which it is cited. This can reveal important relationships that may not be found by other ways of searching.
All databases below offer citation searching. In addition, the citation counts from Web of Science and Scopus are considered to be authorative indicators of the research performance of an author.
The first-choice database for the literature of psychology. This database contains references on psycholinguistic and neurolinguistic work as well.
Covers a large part of the English-language literature in science, medicine, social science and arts and humanities.
Web of Science
Mainly English-language literature in all disciplines.
Libguide Smartcat in English
Van Dale Dictionaries
Bilingual dictionaries from and into Dutch, English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish and Swedish, and the 'Dikke Van Dale' (Dutch dictionary).
Online dictionaries of Van Dale can also be accessed via smartphone or tablet, by means of the Van Dale App! Once the app has been downloaded, you can open the app and click on the Surfspot link on the bottom of the log in screen to log in with your UG account.
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