Start with a keyword search, then refine by subject or other facets later.
Building a search query:
Narrow your results:
Tell Google Scholar you are with UC so that search results provide links to UC-licensed full-text. Access is indicated with a "Find Full-Text at UC" link.
When full-text is available, a "Download PDF” prompt appears in the lower left corner. NOTE: You need to be on the article’s individual page (vs. a database search results page) to trigger this prompt. Try it out with this example from International Journal of Science Education https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/09500693.2018.1540897 .
Click the "Download PDF" prompt. You may be asked to enter your UC Central Login. Nomad will track down the article PDF or direct you to other options for full-text as needed.
Fostering a Coding Community
Provide students across campus with real-time coding support and to enhance the experience of coding among students.
Where? CEAS Library Classroom - Baldwin 850D
What? Stop by the CEAS Library coding support. All are welcome! Coding can be an isolating activity, but we are here to help make coding friendly. Get connected to your peers, hear from student groups, find your coding buddy, and get live support from experienced coders on the library workshop team.
Have questions? Contact:
Kranthi Yellugari, Lead Workshop Instructor: firstname.lastname@example.org
Nhat Nguyen, Program Coordinator: email@example.com
Mark Chalmers, Science & Engineering Librarian: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact: Amy Koshoffer, Assistant Director, Research & Data Services: email@example.com
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