An Introduction to “Modern” Literature Review Tools
Thursday, Nov. 23, 1-2 p.m.
Google Scholar has often become the first go to for literature searches. The “cited by” option provides a forward reference search, but it is clumsy and does not provide a way to organize the exponential growing set of search results. Moreover, Google Scholar is not able to perform backward literature searches. In this workshop I will introduce two examples of “modern” literature search tools that address the Google Scholar shortcomings – Research Rabbit and Lens.org. Bring along your laptops or tablets! Click here to register.
Presenter: Dr. Ronald Hayes, Associate Dean (Acting), School of Graduate Studies
This is a hybrid event. On-campus location is the Beatrice Watts Boardroom (IIC 2014)
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Presented by School of Graduate Studies