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1. A Sample Search of PsycINFO

2. Accessing and Sharing eSpace Badges

3. Accuracy

4. ACM Digital Library: Exporting References to RefWorks

5. Adding OU Libraries Resources to Google Scholar

6. AMA Citation Guide

7. AMA Citation Style for Papers, Projects, and Presentations

8. America History and Life: how to limit the search to a specific historical period

9. Appropriateness

10. Authority

11. Backchannels and Scholarly Uses of Twitter

12. Broadening and Narrowing Your Search

13. Choosing Search Terms

14. Citation Searching with Scopus

15. Cited Reference Searching in Web of Science

16. Cited Reference Searching Tools

17. Citing archival sources in a paper

18. Citing PsycTESTS in APA Style

19. Cochrane Library: Exporting References to RefWorks

20. Conclusion: Locating the Best Evidence

21. Copyright and You

22. Credo Reference - Take a Topic Page Tour

23. Currency

24. Current Index to Statistics: Exporting References to RefWorks

25. Different types of information sources

26. Distinguishing peer-reviewed from other scholarly articles

27. Early American Imprints: advanced searching

28. Early American Imprints: Exporting References to RefWorks

29. Early American Imprints: search options

30. Early American Imprints: What's in it?

31. EBSCOhost Databases: Exporting References to RefWorks

32. Engineering Village-Compendex: Exporting References to RefWorks

33. Evaluating Information

34. Evaluating information sources summary chart

35. Evaluating Periodicals

36. Find Three Peer-Reviewed Empirical Articles in PsycINFO via ProQuest

37. Finding an article based on its citation

38. Finding articles on French literature

39. Finding English language resources in Japan Knowledge Plus

40. Finding Journal Impact Factors

41. Finding Multimedia Sources

42. Finding peer-reviewed articles

43. Finding Peer-Reviewed Articles in ERIC

44. Finding Prepublication Articles (PsycINFO "First Posting") via ProQuest

45. Finding primary sources at Kresge Library

46. Finding Quality Sources

47. Finding scholarly articles in Google Scholar

48. Finding Supporting Documentation for Tests in PsycTESTS via ProQuest

49. Finding the Tests in PsycTESTS via ProQuest

50. Gale Databases: Exporting References to RefWorks

51. Google Scholar: Exporting References to RefWorks

52. How (and Why) to use the APA Thesaurus When Searching PsycINFO

53. IEEE Xplore: Exporting References to RefWorks

54. Informe! en Espanol: Exporting References to RefWorks

55. Is it peer-reviewed?

56. Is this article from a peer-reviewed source?

57. JSTOR: Exporting References to RefWorks

58. LexisNexis: Exporting References to RefWorks

59. Library Catalog: Exporting References to RefWorks

60. Locating dissertations and theses

61. Locating historical newspapers online

62. Locating Peer Reviewed Articles

63. Locating primary sources for a history assignment

64. Locating research articles in CINAHL

65. Locating the Best Available Evidence for Clinical Care

66. Math SciNet: Exporting References to RefWorks

67. Non-Peer Reviewed Sources

68. OCLC FirstSearch (WorldCat) Databases: Exporting References to RefWorks

69. OER - Open Educational Resources

70. OUR@Oakland FAQ - How do I start a new community or collection?

71. OUR@Oakland FAQ - How do I submit my research?

72. OUR@Oakland FAQ - What is a community?

73. OUR@Oakland FAQ - What OUR@OAKLAND can do for you.

74. OUR@Oakland FAQ - What type of file can I submit?

75. OUR@Oakland FAQ - Who can submit items into collections?

76. OUR@Oakland FAQ- What types of content can be deposited?

77. Part 1: Using the New RefWorks - Getting Started

78. Part 2: Using the New RefWorks - Sharing resources

79. Part 3: Using the New RefWorks - Getting information into your account

80. Part 4: Using the New RefWorks - Creating bibliographies, works cited lists, or reference lists

81. Part 5: Using the New RefWorks - Reading and annotating documents

82. Part 6: Installing New Refwork Add-on to Google docs

83. Part 7: Installing New Refworks Word Microsoft Word plug-in

84. Peer Reviewed Articles

85. Peer Reviewed Journals

86. Peer Reviewed Sources

87. Plagiarism Tutorial

88. Printable Guide for New Refworks

89. Project Muse: advanced search

90. Project MUSE: Exporting References to RefWorks

91. ProQuest Databases: Exporting References to RefWorks

92. PsycTESTS on ProQuest: Fees, Permissions, and Other Factors

93. PsycTESTS: How to Submit Your Test

94. PubMed: Exporting References to RefWorks

95. Purpose

96. Recognizing peer-reviewed articles

97. Relevance

98. Reliability and Validity in PsycTESTS via ProQuest

99. Requesting support for open access publishing fees

100. Research Unbound: A library orientation for transfer, upper-division, and graduate students

101. Researching with CINAHL - APA help

102. Researching with CINAHL - Emailing and Saving Results

103. Researching with CINAHL - Reading records

104. Researching with CINAHL - Using CINAHL Headings

105. Researching with CINAHL - Using Limits

106. RLA Dissertations in OUR@Oakland: Faculty instructions for activating review accounts

107. RLA Dissertations in OUR@Oakland: Instructions for students

108. RLA Dissertations in OUR@Oakland: Reviewing dissertations in OUR@Oakland

109. SAGE Journals: Exporting Reference to RefWorks

110. Saving Searches & Setting up Alerts:PUBMED

111. Scholarly vs. Popular Sources

112. Science Direct: Exporting References to RefWorks

113. SciFinder Patent Searching: Finding chemistry in full-text patents with PatentPak

114. SciFinder Patent Searching: Understanding the types of Markush searches

115. SciFinder Patent Searching: Understanding the value of a Markush structure search

116. SciFinder Reaction Search: Comparison of reaction search types

117. SciFinder Reaction Searching: Group reactions by transformation or document

118. SciFinder Reaction Searching: Search for specific reactions or reaction type

119. SciFinder Reaction Searching: Understand reaction details

120. SciFinder Reaction Searching: Use SciPlanner to plan a synthesis project

121. SciFinder Reference Searching: Search by author name

122. SciFinder Reference Searching: Search for a specific topic

123. SciFinder Reference Searching: Understand reference details

124. SciFinder Structure Searching: Comparison of structure search types

125. SciFinder Structure Searching: Conduct an exact structure search

126. SciFinder Structure Searching: Conducting a similarity structure search

127. SciFinder Structure Searching: Input structures using the drawing editor

128. SciFinder Structure Searching: Manage substitution with structure drawing tools

129. SciFinder Structure Searching: Understand substance details

130. SciFinder Structure Searching: Use a structure to find compounds

131. Searching for foreign-language material in JSTOR

132. Setting up RSS Feeds and Alerts from databases

133. Studies

134. Summaries

135. Synopses of Studies

136. Synopses of Syntheses

137. Syntheses

138. Systems

139. The Peer Review Process

140. Truncation and Wildcards

141. Using GET IT to Find Full-text Articles

142. Using Opposing Viewpoints in Context

143. Using the APA Thesaurus to search PsycINFO

144. Using the Methodology Limiter in PsycINFO on ProQuest

145. Web of Science: Exporting References to RefWorks

146. Website Evaluation

147. What OUR@Oakland can do for you.


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