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Hello! This course guide has been created for students enrolled in BI 88 Biomedical Science & Society for Summer 2021. This guide has several resources intended to help you find biomedical research for your class assignment.
After a library building tour, the following will be covered during the Research Session on 8/18/21 with Lisa Thornell, Student Engagement & Outreach Librarian
Biology Research tips for your assignment:
Background Research (Websites, and Biology Research Guide resources such as Credo, Oxford Reference)
What is Peer-Review?
Finding Articles (demo Biology database)
Citations and Using Reference Lists to Find other Sources
Below is a description of the pages found on the tabs of this guide:
- Biology Research Guide - Research guides provide lists of the best databases and library resources to use based on your information needs. This is where you will find
- Selected Research Tutorials
- Finding Peer-Reviewed Articles
- Identifying Peer-Reviewed/Scholarly Sources
- Find and Use eBooks
- Use References List to Help Find More Sources
- Citation Guides
- Pick any citation style on this page (APA, MLA, Chicago, IEEE) and stick with it for this assignment! Just be consistent. The citation style you choose will help you craft your bibliography/reference list of the sources you used to do your research AND it will help you create your in-text citations too. Once you pick a style from this guide there is an "Other Resources" section that will provide a link to a sample paper so you can see what the citations looks like.