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This guide was created specifically for Dr. Elena Galoppini's class - Fall 2016


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This guide was put together with the goal of helping students in Dr. Galoppini’s Fall 2016 Special Topics in Organic Chemistry course (26:160:512) do research for their presentations.  By no means is this an exhaustive guide to doing research, so if you have any questions, please contact a librarian.

Special Note: Bonnie will be on leave for a couple of months or so this semester, but expects to return to campus by mid-late November. In the meantime, if you have general library questions (e.g., how to find full-text or request an interlibrary loan), please contact the Dana Library Reference Deskchat live with a librarian, or send an e-mail to Ask-A-Librarian. If you have science research-related questions (e.g., performing searches on SciFinder, Reaxys, etc.), please ask one of my subject specialist librarian colleagues in New Brunswick.

Learning Objectives

After watching the videos, students will be able to:

  • find articles about a topic of their choice using SciFinder

  • obtain full text articles

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Bonnie Fong
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