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Library resources for Biological and Biomedical Sciences
Last Updated: Apr 18, 2017 URL: http://guides.lib.strath.ac.uk/biomedical Print Guide RSS Updates

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Library news for Biological and Biomedical Sciences

New resources

Methods in Enzymology 1955-99 are available through ScienceDirect and are listed invidually on SUPrimo. Hard copies are available from 2000 onwards at D 574.1925 MET

You can access Springer protocols, a database of reproducible laboratory protocols in the Life and Biomedical Sciences, from 1980 to 2012.

 

 

 

About this libguide

This guide will help you discover and use Library resources to help with your assignments, dissertations, projects and research.

Your DS password will be required to access some eresources on campus and all eresources off campus.

Please contact me if you need any help or advice in using the resources.

 

Library terminology

What does it mean? A guide to Library jargon.

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Abstract: An outline or summary of a document – for example a book, article, dissertation or thesis. Use it to decide whether or not you would like to read the complete work.

Account: See ‘Library Account’

Archives: Items and records acquired by the University. Includes the University Archives (the official records of the University of Strathclyde from 1796 to the present day) and Deposited Archives (various items and documents acquired by gift or deposit to support the University’s teaching and research).

 

Literature search and review

A literature search is a systematic search for information on a particular topic. It depends on the level you are at, the time you have and the size of project as to how comprehensive a literature search you conduct. After you have carried out your search you can conduct a literature review which is a critical analysis of the existing literature on your topic.

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