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to support students in the Neuroendocrinology course (21:120:445:01) as they pursue library research to complete their assignments

Reference and Instruction Librarian

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Naomi Gold
Liaison to the following: Honors Living Learning Community (HLLC), RU-N Writing Program, Office of Transfer Students, Anthropology, Life Sciences (with Bonnie Fong), Nursing, Philosophy, Psychology (with Bonnie Fong), Religious Studies, and Sociology.
The John Cotton Dana Library
Subjects: Writing & Citation


This guide was put together with the goal of helping students in Dr. Rola Bekdash's Spring 2020 Neuroendocrinology course get started with finding peer-reviewed scholarly journal articles for their research project.  It is intended to complement and supplement the February 20, 2020 library research instruction session.

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) or Ask-A-Librarian.

Learning Objectives

Students attending the Spring 2020 library research session for their Neuroendocrinology class will be able to:

  • execute effective searches in indexes/databases such as Neuroscience Abstracts, MEDLINE, and PubMed in order to find peer-reviewed articles about their topic 
  • identify the different methods to access the full-text of an article
  • create APA style citations using EndNote online/basic/Web

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Please note that this guide was originally created by Ann Watkins (Dana Library Life Sciences Librarian), who retired in 2018.


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