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  • Re: ISBN #s for books in Library

    Hello Philana, Yes, Logos will generate a bibliography for Logos resources. But students and professors use other resources as well. Thus, the need for an academic reference manager (ARM). Although Logos attaches a footnote to a citation it still has to be cut and pasted into the correct place in the document and edited (source with multiple authors
    Posted to Logos 4 by Donald Patrick Harris on Wed, Oct 24 2012
  • Re: Export to CSV or w/ ISBN for LibraryThing

    FYI the db file does not have an ISBN column. dph
    Posted to Logos 4 by Donald Patrick Harris on Wed, Oct 24 2012
  • Re: Export ISBNs for my Logos 4 library

    Hi Graham, I think we are trying to learn what is the ISBN number for a resource. If we don't know the ISBN then we can't search for it. I would like to have the ISBN number included in the "info" pane of the resource. Don
    Posted to Logos 4 by Donald Patrick Harris on Wed, Oct 24 2012
  • Re: ISBN #s for books in Library

    I want to chime in on this thread. I am a doctoral student using a bibliographic manager for my bibliography. The most efficient way to add resources to the bibliography is with ISBN numbers. Now that Logos is touting get your D.Min. and M.A. at Knox, isn't it time to update the meta-data for all their resources? Otherwise, this IMHO is a serious oversight
    Posted to Logos 4 by Donald Patrick Harris on Wed, Oct 24 2012
  • Re: Tip: How to hide up to 10 resources at once

    Yes, it certainly does work for me. For weeks I hid sources one at a time. Then I became frustrated and just let it be until I read Mark's tip. Then I tried to hide multiple resources using--I even tried hiding more than ten but that didn't work. But, yes, I did hide ten resources at a time. Now all the resources I wanted to hide are hidden. My version
    Posted to Logos 4 by Donald Patrick Harris on Sun, Apr 8 2012
  • Re: Tip: How to hide up to 10 resources at once

    Hi Mark, Thanks for the tip. I tried it and it works. Still tedious but it works and I have now hidden all the Perseus collection works to which I don't care to have regular access. I also discovered, quite accidentally, that you need only highlight the resources in the library (no more than 10, contiguous or non-contiguous) and drag them to the hidden
    Posted to Logos 4 by Donald Patrick Harris on Sun, Apr 1 2012
  • Hiding Multiple Resources

    Though I'm very grateful for the vast number of resources made available freely in the Perseus Collections, they are not the main-stay of my Bible study library. I will enjoy reading some selections from the collection at my liesure, or using some of them for specialized research tasks. In any case, I want most of them hidden most of the time. On the
    Posted to Suggestions by Donald Patrick Harris on Mon, Nov 7 2011
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