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This guide was put together with the goal of helping students in Dr. Schlegel’s Spring 2012 Chemistry Writing course complete four of their course assignments – three papers and a poster presentation. It is intended to complement and supplement the library research instruction sessions throughout the course.
Within this guide are tips on where and how to find scholarly articles, with a section on accessing full text articles; how to evaluate resources; how to keep track of article citations in order to compile a bibliography; how to avoid plagiarism; and how to design a good poster.
By no means is this an exhaustive guide to doing research, so if you have any questions, please Ask-A-Librarian! And if you would like to get in touch with Bonnie Fong or Ann Watkins, their contact information is along the right column.
Students attending the library research sessions for Dr. Schlegel's CHM 350 class this semester will learn how to:
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