Conducting and managing literature searches
The video series below reviews essential resources, services, and strategies available from UNB Libraires for conducting and managing literature searches.
Library online resources for coursework, series introduction:
Locating UNB Libraries Resources:
Where you will find us on the web (though, technically, you already have):
Covers the basics of locating and using ERIC on the EBSCO platform:
Exporting search results from ERIC to RefWorks:
(Scroll down for more RefWorks tutorials:)
Dissertations and Theses
Search and retrieval of PhD Dissertations and Masters Theses in full text:
Using Google Scholar as a UNB student in order to link results to the fulltext of journal articles and to export citations to RefWorks:
Locating and viewing eBooks in the UNB Libraries collection; includes downloading and installing the Adobe Digital Editions eBook reader:
How to submit a request for the full text (i.e., content) of articles to which UNB Libraries does not provide access. "Document delivered" articles are sent to you via email links.
RefWorks: Creating an account:
RefWorks: Creating and Populating Folders:
RefWorks: Importing references from UNB WorldCat:
Write-N-Cite 4 for adding in-text citation from RefWorks to MS Word documents:
What is a Distance Education Librarian for, anyway?
A brief look at my support responsibilities with regards to your academic success:
Forming a search using search operators
For those of you interested in learning more about how to break down a research question into its logical parts and put it back together in a manner that works well in ERIC on the EBSCO platform, have a look at the following document: