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*    Naomi Bishop    Librarian in Residence
** Why do we do it?* When do we do it?* What are some examples of research in day – to- day life?
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*What we do…* acquire and organize information resources (like books, journals, and electronic databases);* assist faculty...
Information Literacy n. the ability toidentify, locate, analyze, synthesize, andpresent information to solve a specificpro...
** http://engineering.library.nd.edu
Books                        * • Catalog Plus • Classic Catalog • World CatArticles • Engineering Quick Search • Google Sc...
• Search and FindHomepage     • Help and Guides             • Subjects A-Z… moreSearch and   Find      • Engineering (depa...
** Conference Proceedings* Dissertations and Theses* ESTEEM* Engineering Societies and Publishers* Energy Studies* Standar...
Databases  * Full text articles  * Citations and abstracts to journal articles  * Directories of information (companies, e...
* Reaxys* SciFinder* Web of Science* CRC handbook of chemistry and physics* SPIE Digital Library* Knovel* IEEE Xplore* Com...
* Course reserves* Interlibrary loan* Document delivery* MyAccount: renew, recall books* Approval booksEngineering Blog* h...
*G     Geography 70.4 Remote sensing* GB    Physical Geography 400-649 Geomorphology  651-2998 Hydrology* GC Oceanography*...
TG    Bridge Engineering*R    Medicine 850-895              TJ   Mechanical Engineering Biomedical engineering            ...
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* Always remember to cite your sources using a standard   format.  Failure to cite is plagiarism!!  * If you’re not sure h...
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    1. 1. * Naomi Bishop Librarian in Residence
    2. 2. ** Why do we do it?* When do we do it?* What are some examples of research in day – to- day life?
    3. 3. *
    4. 4. *What we do…* acquire and organize information resources (like books, journals, and electronic databases);* assist faculty, staff, and graduate/ undergraduate students in identifying and using the resources;* and strive to preserve resources for future users as a record of collective knowledge* Teach, train, and help researchers, professors, administrators, and students do their jobs.
    5. 5. Information Literacy n. the ability toidentify, locate, analyze, synthesize, andpresent information to solve a specificproblem. *
    6. 6. ** http://engineering.library.nd.edu
    7. 7. Books * • Catalog Plus • Classic Catalog • World CatArticles • Engineering Quick Search • Google ScholarE-journals • E-journal Locator • E-journals by subjectDatabases • Databases by subject • Most used databases • NewspapersE-books • E-book collections • Search CatalogCitations • Refworks
    8. 8. • Search and FindHomepage • Help and Guides • Subjects A-Z… moreSearch and Find • Engineering (departments) • Course pages and Research GuidesHelp and Guides • Starting your research *
    9. 9. ** Conference Proceedings* Dissertations and Theses* ESTEEM* Engineering Societies and Publishers* Energy Studies* Standards* Technical Reports
    10. 10. Databases * Full text articles * Citations and abstracts to journal articles * Directories of information (companies, etc.) * Many reference books compiled into one sourceE-journalsE-journals by categoryE-journal collectionsEbooksSearch for articles *
    11. 11. * Reaxys* SciFinder* Web of Science* CRC handbook of chemistry and physics* SPIE Digital Library* Knovel* IEEE Xplore* Compendex* PubMed* GeoRef ** INSPEC* ACM Digital Library* ASTM Digital Library (Standards Online)
    12. 12. * Course reserves* Interlibrary loan* Document delivery* MyAccount: renew, recall books* Approval booksEngineering Blog* http://ndengineeringlibrary.blogspot.com/ *
    13. 13. *G Geography 70.4 Remote sensing* GB Physical Geography 400-649 Geomorphology 651-2998 Hydrology* GC Oceanography* Q-QR Life Science (Q) Q Science 295 System Theory 300-337 Cybernetics 350-387 Information theory QA Mathematics 75-76.9 Computer science 800-939 Analytical mechanics QB Astronomy 591 Lunar geology 601 Planetary geology QC Physics QD Chemistry 505 Catalysis 901-999 Crystallography QE Geology QH Biology 513 Bioengineering QP Physiology 303 Biomechanics 363 Neural networks QR Microbiology 53 Biotechnology
    14. 14. TG Bridge Engineering*R Medicine 850-895 TJ Mechanical Engineering Biomedical engineering TK Nuclear, Electrical*S Agriculture 590 Soil Engineering science TL Motor Vehicles, 500-777* Engineering & Technology Aeronautics (TK-TX) 787-4050 T Technology Astronautics Aeronautical Engineering TA Civil Engineering TN Metallurgy TA 164 Biomedical Engineering TP Chemical Engineering TC Hydraulic and Ocean Engineering TS Manufacturing TD Environmental Technology TE Highway Engineering * U-Z Military Science (U-V) TH Building Construction TF Railroads
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    19. 19. * Always remember to cite your sources using a standard format. Failure to cite is plagiarism!! * If you’re not sure how to do something, just ask us!Naomi Bishop, nbishop1@nd.edu Librarian in ResidenceCarol Brach, brach10@nd.edu Engineering Librarian *
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