Place several words within quotes to search those exact words in that exact order.
Use a symbol (usually * or ?) to search all words that start with entered letters.
AND searches for both terms, OR searches for either term, NOT omits a term. Combining these operators with truncated and wildcard search strategies can enrich the results.
Before you use a website as a source, ask yourself:
1. Who created this content?
2. Why did they create this content?
3. How did they create this content?
If you have any questions about using a website, ask a librarian!
The new Research Data Management will address the following things:
Most importantly, the data management librarian can do one-on-one consulting with researchers to help with all of these things on individual projects. Contact Elizabeth at firstname.lastname@example.org
Scholarly Articles have many of these elements.