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Discipline: Better Now Than Never

It’s been a while since I’ve posted. One of my last entries talked about the amount of stress I was under last semester. I’m so glad that season of my life… 591 more words

Get more articles with Google Scholar!

  • Finding more journal articles for your next assignment is easy with Google Scholar, and you can even access these valuable resources on Library databases using Full Text@Griffith links.

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General News

Evolve or die

My earlier blog posts on copyright, the serials crisis and Open Access may have give the impression that large commercial publishers are the natural antagonists of librarians; that librarians are the heroic, under-resourced champions of access to information that would otherwise be locked and bound behind a labyrinthine network of paywalls, copyright law and restricted permissions. 660 more words

Information Society

Google Scholar & The Library

Everyone can certainly agree that Google Scholar is a wonderful tool for easily discovering scholarly articles. ¬†However, many students are surprised to learn that you can enhance Google Scholar’s capabilities if you connect to it¬† 373 more words

Quick Tips

Crisis? What crisis?

The LAPIS module has, up to now, taken us on a very broad and philosophical journey, asking us to consider questions like “what is an author?”, “what is an authorial work?”, and “what is copyright?”. 606 more words

Information Society

The problem with searching for journal articles using internet search engines

Internet search engines are great. They help you find information quickly and easily. They are, however, not always necessarily the best tool to use in searching for academic papers. 578 more words

Literature Searching

Research Paper Due: Where to Begin?

So you have a research paper due and you’re not sure where to begin. Don’t sweat it! From eBooks to journals, St. Francis Library has got you covered. 763 more words

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