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Library and Information Science Resources for Palmer Students: Help

Need More Help?

AskALibrarian! allows you chat or IM with a librarian about your reference questions; or, e-mail your questions and receive a response from a librarian.  You can also Book a Librarian to make an appointment with a librarian for intensive individual research assistance.

Searching Tips

Identify key words for your topic.  You can combine search terms with AND so that each record in your results contains all of the terms.  For example: libraries and censorship.

Consider using synonyms or related terms to expand your search, or to be sure you are covering your topic thoroughly.  For example: school media specialist or school librarian.  See if the database you are using has a thesaurus to help you decide on search terms.

What's a DOI?

Some citation styles may ask you to include a Digital Object Identifier as part of your reference for journal articles.

What's a Digital Object Identifier?

http://www.doi.org/

How do I locate an article by it's DOI?

http://dx.doi.org/

How do I locate a DOI for an article?

http://www.crossref.org/guestquery/

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Acknowledgement

Tutorials created by Prof. Rivera

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