Introduction to Literature Search DatabasesLibrary Training Session

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  • Welch Hall, 2nd floor, Library Café Lounge

Please join Matt Covey, the university librarian, and Ilaria Ceglia, the science informationist for an afternoon training session on databases available through the library, particularly on how to conduct a basic literature search using:

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The Rita & Frits Markus Library
The Rita & Frits Markus Library
Refreshments will be served

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