Editing a Bibliographic entry or Archiving a CoCo Article This Help page is a Wiki and can be edited! Please be bold and improve the page What do you want to add? 1. A CoCo article written by someone else? Select CoCo Article in the Publication Type: dropbox and take it from there. 2. Do you have a single DOI name, BibTex entry or PUBMED code? These are specialist reference codes. Use the PUBMED Lookup, Paste or DOI Lookup section below on this page to create an entry fast. Usung the DOI, Paste, PubMed way of adding a reference This text is not ready yet... 3. Do you have a list of references in Endnote, BibTex, MARC, RIS & PUBMED LIST format? Do not use this form but send the file to JanPieter Hoogma. 4. Otherwise choose a Publication type: to manually create a reference entry. Finding Reference Entries on the Internet If you know the ISBN:ISBN to BibTeX Converter If it is biomedical literature: PubMed The Second Screen Title Type here the title of the publication. If there is a second or subtitle you can type that on under Secondary Title, a bit lower on the form. Language There are two Language boxes The Language: drop-down box: here you choose the language of the reference. The Publication Language: that can be a different language. Difference between ISBN and ISSN The ISSN (International Standard Serial Number) refers to the title of a serial publication, that could be a journal, magazine but also a book series. The ISSN stays the same from issue to issue until the title of the series changes. The ISBN (International Standard Book Number) refers to a single, specific volume such as a book, novel or a monograph. Normally a book has only and ISBN number, but when it is part of a series it has an ISSN as well. Keywords-terms The keywords or terms are descriptive words identifying this reference. They determine how it will be recognised by CoCoInfo's search engine. The more relevant the keywords are for the content, the better your contribution will be appreciated by the people who found it through the search engine. Use preferably the keywords already provided in the CoCoInfo taxonomy, as this increases the chance that other people can find your reference. Having said, that, relevance can require that you create new keywords: so feel free to do that as well. Reference Visibility These settings determine who can view this Bibliographic Reference. If you created this entry you can edit it anytime you want. If not, contact the CoCoInfo web editor.. Draft: only you can see and edit this document. CoCoRead: only co-counsellors can view this entry PublicRead. You do not need to fill in its Comment: field. Notifications If unticked, all people who have subscribed to new articles generally or to this article in particular will be notified of your submission or update. By ticking this box nobody will be notified of the creations or update of this post. Revision Information When you update this Bibliographic Entry you can choose whether there will be a new version created that overwrites the earlier version or that the new version will be saved as such. In this case people can compare the two versions. Publishing the Full Text 1. the Full Text Option Here you can enter the full text of the article. If the document has been created in MS-Word or in any other Editor, please use the Word-Paste button. 2. the File Attachments Option You might want to attach any files you think are relevant for this Bibliographic entry. Click Attachments to view the attachment options Browse for a file to attach Click Attach for attaching the selected file Remove any attachment you want Reorder the attachments You need to click Save down the form in order to save all your attachment settings.