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Cited Reference Searching (Or, The Savvy Researcher's Strategy)

As your scholarly research becomes more narrowly focused, you will no doubt begin to have more and more trouble finding articles related to your topic. While this is wonderful in that it means you are conducting unique research (Yay!), it is not so wonderful in that it can be difficult to find the requisite sources to complete your lit review (Boo!).   469 more words


On Sex Education...

I applaud how the Dregers have empowered their son to question authority with Google Scholar.

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Google Scholar button

ICYMI: You can now add the Google Scholar button to your Firefox or Chrome toolbar. If you are a frequent user of Google Scholar, you might enjoy this new add-on that integrates with your browser to easily search for articles referenced in your online reading (among other things). 210 more words

For Faculty

Blog Roundup: May 12 - May 19

Over at Law Librarians Blog, Mark Giangrande reported on his recent experiences searching case law on Google Scholar, coming away with a better impression than his earlier forays. 56 more words

Law Library for Writers Part 2

So, I said I would give an update on whether the Gallagher Law Library helped me out or not. I am so pleased to say that their response time was amazingly quick–Stewart at Gallagher sent me an email approximately twelve hours after I sent in my question. 118 more words

2.5 Google Scholar

Question #1: Try a search in Google Scholar. Now try the same search in Google Books.

Compare your results to a general Google search using the same keywords.

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What the Pope Said about Leadership – according to Harvard Business Review

Before I tell you what the Pope said, I have to give you a little bit of context. In the world of management theory, Professor John Kotter is a very important writer. 448 more words

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