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4. Broadening and Narrowing Your Search
5. Choosing Search Terms
6. Citation Searching with Scopus
7. Cited Reference Searching Tools
8. Conclusion: Locating the Best Evidence
9. Copyright and You
11. Distinguishing peer-reviewed from other scholarly articles
12. Early American Imprints: search options
13. Evaluating Information
14. Finding articles on French literature
15. Finding peer-reviewed articles
16. Finding Peer-Reviewed Articles in ERIC
17. Finding primary sources at Kresge Library
18. Finding Quality Sources
19. Locating dissertations and theses
20. Locating Peer Reviewed Articles
21. Locating primary sources for a history assignment
22. Locating Scholarly Books/Chapters
23. Locating Scholarly Journals/Articles
24. Locating the Best Available Evidence for Clinical Care
25. Non-Peer Reviewed Sources
26. Non-Scholarly Sources
27. OUR@Oakland FAQ - How do I start a new community or collection?
28. OUR@Oakland FAQ - How do I submit my research?
29. OUR@Oakland FAQ - What is a community?
30. OUR@Oakland FAQ - What type of file can I submit?
31. OUR@Oakland FAQ - Who can submit items into collections?
32. OUR@Oakland FAQ- What types of content can be deposited?
33. Part 3: Using the New RefWorks - Getting information into your account
34. Peer Reviewed Articles
35. Peer Reviewed Journals
36. Peer Reviewed Sources
38. Recognizing peer-reviewed articles
40. Research Unbound:
A library orientation for transfer, upper-division, and graduate students
41. Researching with CINAHL - Emailing and Saving Results
42. Researching with CINAHL - Reading records
43. Researching with CINAHL - Using CINAHL Headings
44. Researching with CINAHL - Using Limits
45. Scholarly Books and Book Chapters
46. Scholarly Journals and Journal Articles
47. Scholarly Sources
48. Setting up RSS Feeds and Alerts from databases
51. Synopses of Studies
52. Synopses of Syntheses
55. The Peer Review Process
56. Truncation and Wildcards
Copyright and You
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