Research writing using Citavi -- Part 2

Knowledge organization capabilities in Citavi
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Create table of contents in Citavi
Annotate pdf documents using yellow highlights and red high lights
Save direct quotations
Save indirect quotations
Save image quotations
Export Citavi project to MS Word
Generate in-text citation
Generate reference list

Requirements

  • Research writing using Citavi -- Part 1

Description

Outline

  • Create category system or what is known as table of contents.

  • Edit the table of contents

  • Amend your outline as you progress until you have found the perfect form.

Analyze

  • Highlight important passages in your PDFs

  • Save direct and indirect quotations. Citavi takes care of the citations.

  • Save image quotations.

  • Save quotations from web pages

  • Export your Citavi project to MS Word and Citavi's MS Word add-in will generate all your in-text citations along with your entire list of references


Who this course is for:

  • Undergraduate students
  • Graduate students
  • Post graduate students

Course content

4 sections18 lectures1h 0m total length
  • Welcome
    01:09
  • The team
    01:55
  • Citavi in a nutshell -- Part 2
    04:47
  • Instructions
    01:26
  • System Requirements
    01:18

Instructors

Citavi for research writing
AIIAS Library Reference Service
  • 4.3 Instructor Rating
  • 156 Reviews
  • 7,681 Students
  • 4 Courses

AIIAS Leslie Hardinge Library Reference Service serves as the bridge between the patron and the information sources. It provides training and assistance in finding the right information sources in a quick and efficient way. The reference services being offered by Leslie Hardinge Library include the following: library orientation, library instruction, library seminars and workshops, research assistance interlibrary loan, referral, current awareness, face to face assistance, and virtual help.

Technology Co-ordinator, AIIAS Leslie Hardinge Library
Mahruaii Swansi
  • 4.3 Instructor Rating
  • 156 Reviews
  • 7,681 Students
  • 4 Courses

Mahruaii Swansi have taught various courses in IT and computer science in India, Ghana and the Philippines. Although she was born in north east India, she lived most of her life in Pune, Maharashtra, India and also taught IT and computer science at a university in Ghana, West Africa for a number of years. She, along with her husband and two teen age children are currently stationed in the Philippines.

She has a couple of publications in computer science, both at the national and international levels.