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BIOL 366/466: Home

Introduction

This page is designed to help students find primary source, scholarly research for the research grant proposal assignment. Graduate students will also use the information to find a current research paper they will present to the class. Use the tabs above to navigate to the different pages. The BIOL 366/466 Page Index indicates what is found on each page.

Your Library ID

Your Library ID number is the ENTIRE number on the back of your student ID:

23311+ your 9 digit personal ID number

 

Creating Your Library Accounts

Need a Book from  Another Library?

Your I-Share account allows you to request books from other university libraries.

Create an I-Share account

Need to Request the Full Text of an Article?

Your ILLiad account allows you to request electronic delivery of journal articles from other university libraries.

Create an ILLiad account

IMPORTANT: The form asks for your barcode number. This is the entire number found on the back of your RU ID card. This barcode begins with the numbers 23311, followed by your RU ID number that begins with "9."

 

BIOL 366/466 Page Index

I. Home

  • Your Library ID
  • Creating Your Library Accounts
  • BIOL 366/466 Page Index
  • Organizing Your Research
  • Help
  • Librarian Contact Information

II. Primary & Scholarly Resources

  • Characteristics and Examples
  • What Is a Scholarly and Peer Reviewed Article?
  • Anatomy of Scholarly Articles

III. Find Articles

  • Library Databases
  • Google Scholar

IV. CSE/Other Science Citation Styles

  • Introduction
  • Science Style Guide Books
  • Helpful ASC Style Sites
  • Helpful CSE Style Sites
  • Helpful AMA Style Sites
  • Helpful NLM Style Sites
  • Helpful AIP Style Sites
  • Contact Us

Organizing Your Research

1. Create folder (in One Drive, Google Drive, Dropbox...) and title the name of the class.

2. Create another folder inside the class folder. This is where you will:

a. Save your notes (and citations) for the assignment.

b. Save all scanned/electronic sources.

3. Open Word document

a. Give it title related to assignment (e.g. Notes for Climate Change paper)

b. Save in the assignment folder

Help

1. Phone:

a. Chicago: 312-341-3639/49
b. Schaumburg: 847-619-7980

2. Email

3. Chat

4. Schedule one-on-one

Librarian Contact Information

Barbara Anderson, Ed.D.
Head of Instruction and Learning

Office: 1035 AUD
Phone: 312-341-3647

Email Me