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Are you just getting started in academic research and would like help getting started with searching for scholarly articles or citing?
View our library research tutorials. Learn how to pick a develop a research question, evaluate journals and articles, and more. View videos, slides and checklist. Even if it's not new to you, there might be more you want to learn.
The tabs on this guide provide more detail for specific areas, choosing a database in Database Research, news, books and more in Finding More Sources, other tabs describe the content you can find.
Databases vs. Search Engines
What is the difference? You put search terms in and get results...right? BUT, there are some significant differences.
What is an infodemic? How do your sort through and find reliable information related to health!?
Health Departments, Public Health Associations
Research Methods and Guidance
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An online collection of information for beginning and advanced researchers looking for the best methods to use in their research. Full access to Books & Reference, Cases Part 1, Datasets Part 1, and Video: Practical Research and Academic Skills.
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Current and Hot Topics in Health
NLM Leverages Its Information Resources to Improve Access to Monkeypox-related Literature and Research
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