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RET: Research Experience for Teachers

Research Guide

RET Research Assignment

Due to
Debbie Liberi on
June 29, 2018  


Access to resources

  • Due to licensing agreements, most library resources are restricted to UC faculty, staff, enrolled students, and special program students (e.g., RET). 
  • To access resources from off-campus, please use the "proxy" login option at http://www.libraries.uc.edu/off-campus-access.html

Contacts:

If you need assistance, stop by the library or contact a librarian:

Where to Begin

The CEAS Library website offers detailed information about resources and services available in science and engineering. You can access the UC Library Catalog, electronic full-text resources, links to useful websites, and contact information for CEAS Library staff who can help you find what you need.

http://libraries.uc.edu/ceas

Find BOOKS using the library catalog and e-book collections

  • The University of Cincinnati Library Catalog (UCLID) is a primary source for searching for library books and other items.  See uclid.uc.edu/
    • The Library Catalog can be searched by author, title, keyword, subject, or call #.
    • The Library Catalog also links out to the statewide OhioLINK catalog. More information about OhioLINK below.
  • Catalog search tips: http://uclid.uc.edu/screens/tips/index.html
    • Use AND, OR, and AND NOT to relate words within a search
    • Use keyword to get more specific and subject headings to focus on a certain topic
    • Request books using the Request button
       
  • Use OhioLINK catalog to find and request books not available at UC:  http://olc1.ohiolink.edu/search/
     
  • Use SearchOhio to find and request books from public libraries around Ohio, including the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County
  • E-Books and Proceedings (Online) http://guides.libraries.uc.edu/ceasebooks offer other ways to search for books and proceedings on a publisher's own website (some allow for special features).  Some e-book collections do not have records in the library catalog.

Some e-book and e-proceedings collections in science & engineering:

E-Journals and Interlibrary Loan (ILL):

  • Full-Text Journals - the “Full Text Journals” tool provides links to full-text options for articles, from a variety of library-subscribed sources. The tool may be utilized in two ways: (1) direct search by journal title, ISSN, or other journal information, and (2) browsing an alphabetical list by the first letter of the journal title. This tool is integrated with most library-subscribed databases, and is typically indicated by this icon:  Article Linker icon
  • ILLIAD - Interlibrary Loan (ILL) service for requesting items that are not at UC and not available to borrow through OhioLINK
  • Google Scholar - you can sometimes find an online copy of an article that is not available at UC through a public repository or other system.  Search the citation in Google Scholar, then choose "all xx versions" to see full-text options.

Where to find information on the WEB

Where to find RESEARCH ARTICLES -- General:

Where to find RESEARCH ARTICLES -- Specialized:

Now that you’ve found articles and began your research – MANAGE YOUR INFORMATION and DATA:

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