Student Development and Learning in Higher Education
Student Development and Learning in Higher Education COAD 1000
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i Tip Start your projects early and keep up with them Tip Keep a small notebook of the databases you search the key words you use and the date you searched them This will save you time in the long run 39 35 Joyner Library Biology Resources and Tips September 11 2007 Ask a Librarian How Do I 0 Pirate Source and Library Catalog 0 Databases 0 Tips oocoooo Page 2 Begin with the library s homepage wwwecueduib Ask a Librarian Email us and get an answer within 24 hours Instant message us at JoynerRef when ever the reference desk is staffed Set up a research consultation with a librarian to discuss your projects Call the reference desk at 3286677 Come into the library Jean Hiebert 3282261 hiebertjecuedu 4122967 wow 999 Databases Biological Abstracts Provides indexing to and abstracts of journal articles covering the life sciences literature worldwide Subjects covered range from botany to Page 5 to microbiology to pharmacology Covers 1969 Not a fulltext database but some articles can be accessed by using El to link to other databases ASFA Aquatic Sciences and Fisheries Abstracts Covers all aspects of marine brackish and freshwater environments Subjects include biology ecology fisheries aquaculture oceanography limnology resources and commerce pollution biotechnology marine technology and engineering marine meteorology and climatology and nonliving resources oil gas minerals chemicals BioOne BioOne provides the fulltext of approximately 125 high impact peerreviewed bioscience journals and bulletins Most of these titles are published by small societies and non commercial publishers and until now have been available only in printed form The database also includes BioOne2 which offers additional journals to be added through 2008 Science Direct Provides desktop access to the full text of hundreds of journals published or distributed by Elsevier Science Zoological Record An index to the worldwide zoological literature Information sources of a general nature as well as materials of a highly scientific nature are scanned for items of interest Page 4 Subject Guides Pirate Source Pirate Source combines the best reference materials databases and websites on a topic in one place and lets you pick the type of infor mation you need Finding Books Library Catalog Find books videos DVDs microfilm government documents and print journals using the Library Catalog When browsing use the keyword functions but if you know the exact author title or subject use the alphabetical functions Be sure to note the collection since there are many pocket libraries within Joyner Also note the call number and the status Undergrads may check out books for two weeks graduate students for the semester but faculty may check out books for the academic year Checked out Use the recall system to get it back Users have two weeks to return materials Interlibrary Loan if we don t have an article or a book you need ask to borrow it on lnterlibrary Loan It s free Look for the section Library Services on the homepage and click on lnterlibrary Loan Click on Log in to llliad New to the system Establish an account by clicking on First Time Users You may want to send yourself an email as a reminder of the username and password you select Please choose something other than your Outlook email information Photocopies of articles will be digitized and sent to your email account Page 3 Java City is located on the first floor of the li brary and has hot and cold coffee drinks sodas sandwiches and snacks You are welcome to eat and drink in the library except for the North Carolina Collection on the 3rd floor and Special Collections on the 4th floor HOW DO I Frequently asked questions From finding Videos to making copies to avoiding plagiarism and checking out a laptop find out how to negotiate your way through the library s resources and policies Hours regular session Monday through Thursday 730 am 200 am Friday 730 am 800 pm Saturday 1000 am 700 pm Sunday 1200 noon 200 am Tip Start your projects early and keep
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