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Biology: Articles

Your Biology Librarian:

Supporting - researchers, instructors, post-docs, students and staff.

1) Helps you  identify and use information resources relevant to your research

2) Helps you define your information needs

3) Helps you access information

4) Helps you manage your information 

5) Helps you evaluate and select information

6) Creates workshops, course assignments and research guides for specific courses in biology

7) Helps you navigate copyright, open access, data management, institutional repositories, academic integrity, and citation tracking

8) Collaborates with you on knowledge synthesis projects, including: narative reviews, scoping reviews and systematic reviews

 

 

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See also: Find and Use Resources > Research and Journal databases; Factiva, Lexis Nexis, Expanded Academic Index, CBCA, Canadian Periodical Index  

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Laura Bredahl
Contact:
OPT 2107
Witer Learning Resource Centre
School of Optometry
University of Waterloo
519 888 4567 x38538
Subjects:Biology, Optometry

  Who is Citing this Article?

Articles that cite your article can be relevant to your research. Discover how a known idea or innovation has been confirmed, applied, improved, extended, or corrected. Search forward in the research literature.

Databases which include citation searching:

Web of Science

Scopus

Google Scholar