Use this guide to start searching key databases to find chemistry data and articles. Contact the Chemistry Librarian, Nancy Curtis, when you have questions or want to set up a consult.
Today's class addresses guidelines (PDF) from the ACS Committee on Professional Training. You'll continue to build chemical information skills during your education, and later in the workforce.
This session will focus on finding a variety of information:
Learn the three access points to library services & resources that will help you both speed up & deepen the research process: 1. library search, 2. get help, and 3. research guides.
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This video excerpt shows how to move from a library database to the full text of an article. If BC doesn't have instant access to the article, we can get a scan of it from another library.
Reaxys and SciFindern don't show "Find it at BC" buttons, although the rest of the process of getting or requesting an article is the same. See 5. Find Full Articles
Here are tools you can use to store, organize, share, and cite your sources.