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  • Enrich Your Courses with Primary Archival Resources 

    Barrett, Creighton (2011-09-08)
    The Dalhousie University Archives holds a wide variety of collections in a broad number of thematic areas including history, theatre, film, literature, business, medicine, law and ocean studies. Find out how we’ve worked ...
  • Expand Your Reach with Open Access: BioMedCentral 

    Ruggles, Tim (2011-09-08)
    BioMed Central is a Science, Technology and Medicine publisher which has pioneered the open access publishing model. Many of its journals have achieved high impact factors, and Dalhousie Libraries have lowered the cost for ...
  • Feed Your Need to Read (RSS) 

    MacNairn, Gwendolyn (2011-09-14)
    Reading articles from your favourite journals gets a bit easier when you have the Contents sent to you as an RSS feed. To do this, you need to select a specialized application called an RSS feed reader, create an account, ...
  • Library On the Go! 

    Neves, Karen (2011-09-12)
    WorldCat, RefWorks, subject guides, health resources—the Libraries have a lot to offer that’s mobile-friendly. Find out how much of your research you can do on the go!
  • Maintain a List of Your Works in RefWorks 

    MacNairn, Gwendolyn (2011-09-14)
    If you need to generate a list of your own publications for various grant applications, consider keeping a current list within RefWorks. You can output your list in multiple styles and also attach PDFs. This is a real time-saver!
  • Statistics Canada Microdata: The Equinox Interface 

    Ross, Phyllis (2011-09-08)
    Learn how to retrieve public use microdata yourself via this simple extractor for use with SPSS, SAS, or STATA.