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Last Updated: May 7, 2013 URL: http://guides.library.tamu.edu/searchnowmigration Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts
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Migrating Search Now Bookbags to My Library Record

Search Now Bookbag Users –

Now that the Texas A&M University Libraries has our new Search, we will be cancelling our old “Search Now” service on or before the end of August. Our new Search offers very similar functionality including: a single search of our catalogs, institutional repository, and journal articles; direct links to full text; links to Get it for me when full text is not available; and the ability to save your searches and results to your “e-Shelf”.

In preparation for shutting down “Search Now” bookbags, on May 14th , we will be gathering all the bookbag data from your “Search Now” bookbag and making it available to you in your My Library Record. You will then be able to download your bookbag into either the Endnote or RefWorks citation management software.

You do not need to do anything immediately as your citations will remain available in My Library Record for at least a year. This email is to inform you of the upcoming changes. We will send you an email when your citations are available in My Library Record and will be providing a Research Guide with instructions on how to download your bookbag. The citations will remain available in My Library Record for at least a year.

Please note: This will not affect your LibCat or MSL Catalog bookbags.

Let us know if you have any questions or concerns,


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Saving Your Library Records

If you got an email saying that you need to save your data and you, you should have 1-3 links.

Log into your "My Library Record"

Scroll to the bottom to look at "My Bookbag Files"

Click on a link to bring up the .txt file

Save the page as a .txt file somewhere you will be able to find it easily.

Save a .txt of each file for Journals, Citations, and Databases.

To save in Endnote

Open Endnote

Go to File, then click Import - File

Under Import Option select the Refworks Import


Click Import and then your records should be saved in Endnote.

To save in Refworks

Open Refworks, http://guides.library.tamu.edu/RefWorks

Click on References menu, then click Import

Select the Import Filter/Data Source then use the Refworks tagged format

Click Import and then your records should be saved in Refworks.

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