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Chemistry Writing - Spring 2016 (21:160:350): Overview

This guide was specifically created for Dr. Piotrowiak's class - Spring 2016

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TIP: Looking for more research resources to use on your mobile device?  The Rutgers University Libraries now has a mobile site!  You can search the library catalog, Ask-A-Librarian, and look up library hours.  Visit: m.libraries.rutgers.edu

    

Ask-A-Librarian

There are several ways to seek help from a librarian:

Rutgers Libraries Toolbar

The Rutgers University Libraries Toolbar is a free Firefox extension (or add-on) that:

  • provides a drop-down menu to library resources
  • embeds library links on popular Websites such as Amazon.com
  • offers special functionality when you highlight terms on a Website and right-click over them with your mouse
  • allows linking from ISBNs, ISSNs, PubMed IDs, and DOIs to Rutgers-restricted online resources
  • is easy to install and easy to use

For more information, click on the link below:

Introduction

This guide was put together with the goal of helping students in Dr. Piotrowiak’s Spring 2016 Chemistry Writing course complete their course assignments.  It is intended to complement and supplement the library research instruction sessions throughout the course.  By no means is this an exhaustive guide to doing research, so if you have any questions, please get in touch with Bonnie Fong.  Her contact information is along the right column.

Learning Objectives

Students attending the library research sessions for Dr. Piotrowiak's CHM 350 class this semester will learn how to:

  • find articles written by their researcher of choice using SciFinder
  • obtain full text articles
  • properly cite sources following the style used in JACS (Journal of the American Chemical Society)

Physical Sciences Librarian

Bonnie Fong
Contact:
John Cotton Dana Library

185 University Ave

Newark, NJ 07102-1814

(973) 353-3811

Licensing Information

This guide is copyright-protected, but you are welcome to reuse it as per the license below (click for more details):