Library Resources for Graduate Students: Online Training

A workshop on library resources for graduate students was presented on September 22, 2011 and recorded in 6 parts as described below.

Library Resources for Graduate Students: Part 1

  • Databases - what they are and how to choose the right one for your discipline
  • Specific examples for NRM and MBA students.

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Library Resources for Graduate Students: Part 2

  • How to search the databases for optimum results

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Library Resources for Graduate Students: Part 3

  • What to do if the article you want is not available in full-text from the database
    • Periodicals in Electronic Format (PEF)
    • Periodicals Holding List (PHL) for print format that the library owns

 

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Library Resources for Graduate Students: Part 4

  • Interlibrary Loan (for articles the library does not own)
  • Document Delivery Service

 

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Library Resources for Graduate Students: Part 5

  • How to properly complete the interlibrary loan/document delivery request online form

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Library Resources for Graduate Students: Part 6

  • Other resources available online
    • instructional materials (including those provided as handouts for this workshop)
    • tutorials
    • internet resources
    • My Library account
  • TexShare card
  • The library's role in the thesis process

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You may also view the program from the Graduate Center YouTube channel by following this link: www.youtube.com/playlist.