—OUR LIBRARY HAS REFWORKS (in either RefWorks Classic or RefWorks 2.0)
to help you store your research citations and format the notes and bibliographies
within your MS-Word written papers. Your RefWorks account is stored on a remote
server, so it is available to you from any computer with internet access. RefWorks
allows you to be able to store your research citations, Create New Folders for each
of your papers, easily place references within your papers, and easily change the
style of your citations. More than 1,200 styles are supported, such as APA, MLA,
Chicago, CSE, etc.
For additional instruction, please call me or enter
Help Using RefWorks or Tutorial: RefWorks 2.0 or Tutorial: Refworks Classic.
It is wise to double check the citations against the style manuals.
Some installation steps:
Pop-up blockers can cause problems. The Internet Explorer Browser has often
worked better with RefWorks, and you can easily temporarily allow pop ups to aid
installation of RefWorks or the transfer of citations between databases and RefWorks.
To install RefWorks on the Firefox Browser, please click on Tools, then Options,
then Content, then uncheck Block Pop ups. Now you will be able to install RefWorks.
Please go to the For Distance Students web page, the Resources by Subject—Space Studieshttp://libguides.und.edu/space-studies
web page or Quick Links on our Chester Fritz Library web site at
http://library.und.edu to find
. Click on Sign up for an Individual Account
and you can create an account for yourself using your university e-mail address.
You will now be able to go into databases and either Export (EBSCOhost, CSA, ProQuest
databases, etc.), Import (Google Scholar, PubMed), manually enter, or enter through
RSS Feeds the citations for your papers.
Click on Tools (in RefWorks), then download Write-N-Cite to your Desktop,
so that you will be able to format the in-text references and create a works cited
OR you can create a bibliography in RefWorks and copy and paste it into a Word
If you want to be able to grab citations off of internet web sites (when possible),
please click on Tools (in RefWorks), then RefGrab-It and install RefGrab-It as
You might need to temporarily allow pop ups to create bibliographies and get materials
RESEARCH GUIDES Please check out our Research Guides web
pages for Space Studies in order to find listings of new books, a selection
of DVDs, resource & reference links, journal article & newspaper databases, and
many e-book and e-journal listings. The URL is:
TUTORIALS Some tutorials are on the Space Studies web page, while
others are under construction at this time.
JOURNAL ARTICLE INDEXES AND DATABASES & PASSWORDS
Check the Resources by Subject—Space Studies
web page for a list of the best databases for finding Journal
Articlesin your field http://libguides.und.edu/space-studies.
(Otherwise, the Articlestab on our library web site provides easy access
to journal articles through a search box for Academic Search Premier Database, our
best general database. Other journal databases can be found under Databases A to Z
. The Quick Linksdrop down box (in the upper right) is another quick way
to get to a database). Simply supply your university IDM e-mail username (usually
firstname.lastname–or whatever is before the @ of your university e-mail address)
and your password to access our article indexes and databases from off-campus.
—Because our databases are linked
with this linking feature, you can now search one database and click on the
symbol to get linking to full-text journal articles in other databases.
JOURNALS—Click on the Journals tab on the library home page to find a specific journal
in the full-text format. This is not a subject search. This search is also available
on the Space Studies web page under the Journal Articles tab,
http://libguides.und.edu/content.php?pid=116453&sid=1004884. Simply Click Here To Search For More
. Many full text/electronic journals relevant to Space Studies are listed here as
ACADEMIC SEARCH PREMIER & OTHER EBSCOHOST DATABASES One can search
all of the EBSCOhost journal article databases at once through the Choose Databases
feature (located near the top of the screen within these databases). One can learn
more about these databases with the EBSCOhost support tutorials at
E-BOOKS Check the Resources by Subject—Space Studiesweb page
for E-Books in your field
http://libguides.und.edu/content.php?pid=116453&sid=1075913. Click Release This Title
when you finish any of the e-books that are available through the ebrary reader
(which would be listed at the top of the e-book).
On the library home page, click on the Bookstab to
find UND books through the search box. Book renewals for Chester Fritz Library books
may be obtained under My Account, then Renew this. Check to make sure
the date has changed and the book has been renewed. The Library Catalog Book Search
& some relevant Space Studies books are listed on the Space Studies web page under
the Books tab
http://libguides.und.edu/content.php?pid=116453&sid=1155130. Click on WorldCat
to find books in other libraries. Any books that are unavailable locally may be
ordered through interlibrary loan.
Graduate students are able to borrow the general Chester
Fritz Library books for an entire semester (unless the books are recalled). Undergraduate
loan periods are currently a month (unless recalled). Faculty/staff may borrow books
until mid May (unless recalled). Some Chester Fritz Library collections, such as
the Dewey children’s books, AV (such as DVDs or videos), and the government documents
collections, circulate for one month. In all cases, loans are subject to recall
after two weeks. The branch library circulation periods may differ from these loan
Any materials that are unavailable locally or electronically
may be ordered through interlibrary loan through the Chester Fritz Library. On-campus,
the materials may be picked up at the Access Services Desk. Off-campus students/faculty
(defined as not living within a 58201, 58202, 58203 or 56721 zip code) should go
to the For Distance Studentsweb page and follow the steps under the Interlibrary
Loan Services tab
USING THE CHESTER FRITZ LIBRARY ON CAMPUS Please login to our library
computers by using your university IDM e-mail account. Your username is the first
part of your university e-mail account (usually firstname.lastname) and your password
is your university e-mail password. Students can obtain a University ID Card from
the Memorial Union, and students can swipe the University ID Card in the library’s
copy release station to use $8 per semester that is on each student card for computer
MY TELEPHONE NUMBERS or E-MAIL
Please e-mail me at
firstname.lastname@example.org. Locally, please contact me at 701-777-4641. If
you are long distance and need library assistance, call me at 1-888-557-7117, then
press ext. 5 (Distance Education Assistance). Leave a message if I am not available,
and I will get back to you.
Contact Information Janet Rex, Space Studies Librarian &
Coordinator, Distance Education Services
Chester Fritz Library
University of North Dakota
3051 University Ave Stop 9000
Grand Forks, ND 58202-9000
Toll Free Phone: (888) 557-7117, Press ext. 5
Local phone: (701) 777-4641 or (701) 777-2617 ext. 5
Fax: (701) 777-3319