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Browser extensions: extending the library

Browser interface enhancements are a great way to enrich the services we provide to students that use the library computer labs. The 300+ library PCs available for students present us with an opportunity to advertise the content that we provide, without the need for pop-ups that… 426 more words

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Grad School: PubMed & Google Scholar Search

This is my effort to find people rather than institutions.

Search term: feline breath analysis
Google Scholar:
Collection of EBC and analysis of H2O2 as marker of airway inflammation in cats… 691 more words


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By: Natasha Crespo

The fall term is kicking into gear and hopefully all new and returning students, staff, and faculty are as well. We’ve been waiting for it and have… 335 more words

Expert searching - Google and Google Scholar

Before I begin my re-search process I take time to organise my thoughts into what I am looking for (based on my initial thoughts on inquiry learning… 1,662 more words

Expert Searching

Where to begin - literature research

Breaking news – I´m still on the edge of my research project! I admit it, I´m not the most patient person in the world. I´m the kind of person that love to see the light of the end of theTunnel from the first day of a new project. 158 more words

ProQuest Scholarly Content Discoverable in Google Scholar

ProQuest scholarly content can now be discovered in Google Scholar (PRESS RELEASE). “The collaboration between Google and ProQuest enables authenticated ProQuest users to be recognized at the ProQuest platform after they search using Google Scholar and connects them to full-text scholarly content in their libraries’ collections. 51 more words


4 tips on finding and reading scientific papers...

People quote a lot of “research” on the internet, however, the sources are generally not peer reviewed or from reputable resources.

  1. A super handy tip when trying to find peer reviewed or credible information is to type what you want to look up and then follow it with site:edu.
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