Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore

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Introduction to the new RefWorks

Login screenshot to the new Refworks

The Library provides students, teachers and researchers with RefWorks, a tool for managing citations and bibliographies, useful for theses and research. With Refworks it is possible to import and organise bibliographic references in one's own work according to the citation style required by the Faculty or the teacher of reference.

Yewno Discover: the knowledge map

Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, the first Italian university to use Yewno Discover, offers its users the innovative tool powered by Artificial Intelligence with which you can carry out interdisciplinary and personalized research among millions of documents, obtaining interactive concept maps that promote the discovery of new relationships.

Online resources and tools on COVID-19

UCSC electronic resources for Biomedical and Biological sciences usually accessible off-campus continue to be usable in the same way through the Summon discovery tool.

The Library highlights with a new LibGuide (in Italian) additional resources and tools that academic publishers, institutions and scientific networks freely offer to support studies on Covid-19.

UCSC Library System's partnership with OCLC

Released the on-line final report of the research project Digital Visitors and Residents: What motivates Engagement with the Digital Information Environment?, launched in 2016 by OCLC Research with the UCSC Library System among the main contributors.

Over a century of Corriere della Sera's pages

Among the electronic resources of the UCSC OPAC it is available the Historical Archives of the Corriere della Sera, by which it is possible to consult the digital versions of the articles published from 1876 until today.