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Project #2: Static Multimedia Instruction

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I recently designed a static multimedia instruction project using a web 2.0 tool called “Clarify”.  Clarify makes it easy to take screenshots, type instructions, and download the document for distribution. 342 more words

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Getting the most out of Google Scholar - Including Abertay Library Subscriptions in your Results

As part of February’s Library Lovers Month we’re sharing reasons to love your Library…and today we’re looking at Google Scholar.

The Library pays lots of money for subscriptions to online journals and we want you all to be able to access them as easily as possible. 417 more words


Utilising research support services in a special library

I decided to study this unit as part of my Masters in Information Science as I am hoping to pursue a career in health librarianship. As a former health professional, I am aware of the importance of evidence based practice in all fields of medicine and healthcare and to achieve this health practitioners need to be supported to perform research in their fields. 976 more words


The importance of having a strong web presence for ECR's

Towards the end of 2016 the Holwell lab had a special visitor, Dr James O’Hanlon from Macquarie University, a behavioural ecologist who’s most well-known for his work on deception in the… 1,589 more words

What's the point of the h-index? UPDATED

UPDATE: I’ve increased the sample size of EEB scientists I used in the analysis.


Over at the Dynamic Ecology blog yesterday, Jeremy Fox posted… 1,083 more words


Forbes: How Academia, Google Scholar And Predatory Publishers Help Feed Academic Fake News

Forbes: How Academia, Google Scholar And Predatory Publishers Help Feed Academic Fake News . ” The Editor-in-Chief of one of the world’s most prestigious and storied scientific journals recently casually informed me that his journal now astoundingly accepts citations to non-peer-reviewed personal web pages and blog posts as primary citations supporting key arguments in papers published in that journal. 116 more words

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Library Essentials for Christmas: Top Tips to Help you Access Resources From Home

The holidays are fast approaching so here’s a few handy tips to guide you through the festive season!

The Library will be closed from 5pm on Friday 23rd December and re-opens on Thursday 5th January 2017. 606 more words