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Doing library research in the biological sciences   Tags: biology, botany, zoology  

Last Updated: May 7, 2015 URL: Print Guide Email Alerts

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What's in the Guide

This guide will help you find books and journal articles in
the biological sciences and will likely be useful for research
you conduct for other UW courses.  Use the tabs above to
navigate through the pages of this guide.

  • Database searching tips - how to perform efficient
    searches for current and restrospective papers

  • Find Articles - recommended databases for finding
    biological literature

  • Citation Searching - how to use one reference to
    find newer and older sources on the same subject

  • Books - search for books on your topic

  • Citations - learn how to give proper credit
    for information you find as well as use tools to help
    you manage your citations



    Getting Started at the UW Libraries

    Here are some things to know:
    1. Your Husky Card is your library card.
    2. Books and journals have unlimited renewals (unless requested by another user).
    3. The Libraries' home page is

    Biological Sciences Librarian

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