No appointment needed. Stop by for research help:
Wednesdays 1:30-3:30pm in Sabin Hall (hallway across from Social Work office 235)
Appointments (in-person or Zoom) available via my online scheduler.
The following government resources may be helpful in your research. You can also limit Google search results to U.S. federal & state government websites by adding site:.gov at the end of your search terms. Example: water quality site:.gov
For non-U.S. government sites, use the country code instead of gov. Example: sandstorms site:.au
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Timesaver Strategy! Once you have found an article, borrow the citations to find more. Here's how:
How do I determine if the Rod Library has access to a known article?
If UNI doesn't own/subscribe to an article you need, feel free to request through Interlibrary Loan. If you need help with this process, see Anne Marie.
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