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Description Tips, shortcuts and techniques for library research from Woodruff Library at Emory University.
Updated Thu, 04 Jun 2009 21:27:13 +0000
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1. Episode 10: Top 10 Fun/Unusual Things To Do in the Library
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Description: Rachel and Ida Martinez count down their top 10 list. What’s number one? Tune in and find out! Links: MARBL’s hours - they’re open on Saturdays! Please send any feedback, suggestions, offers to bake cookies, etc. to Rachel at rborcha@emory.edu or Ida at itmarti@emory.edu

2. Episode 9: The Library On the Go
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Description: In episode 9, we discuss different ways of taking library content with you! This includes podcasts available via iTunes U, audio books, and Zotero Beta. Links: Audio books research guide Zotero Beta (Zotero citations can be uploaded to an iPhone) Contact Rachel at rborcha@emory.edu

3. Episode 8: Back to school and DiscoverE
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Description: Welcome to the 2008-2009 school year! Rachel and Jason discuss DiscoverE, the Emory Libraries’ new “catalog plus” that adds new features to make searching easier. Links: DiscoverE Library Survival Guide Podcast page Woodruff Library Get library help E-mail Rachel and Jason!

4. Episode 7: Fall Preview
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Description: We wrap up the 2007-08 school year with a glimpse of new library features coming in the fall. Send us your feedback! rborcha@emory.edu or jason.puckett@emory.edu.

5. Episode 6: Library Mythbusters
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Description: In this episode we discuss common misconceptions about libraries and librarians.  We’d love to hear your feedback!  Send  e-mail to jason.puckett@emory.edu.

6. Episode 5: Government Documents
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Description: Two of our experts, Chris Palazzolo (cpalazz@emory.edu) and Erin Mooney (erin.mooney@emory.edu) join us to discuss how and why to use Emory’s extensive government documents collection. Links: Government Documents [...]

7. EndNote instructions
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Description: As a followup to yesterday’s podcast about EndNote and citation managers, here’s a sheet of instructions for getting started with EndNote. (This is the handout we give out in our EndNote Intro workshop.)

8. Episode 4: EndNote and Citation Managers
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Description: Rachel, Erin and Jason talk about EndNote and Zotero, tools for storing citations and automatically creating bibliographies as you write. Get EndNote for free from Emory’s Software Express, and check out our workshops to learn more. Play Episode

9. Episode 3: Primary Sources
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Description: Jana Lonberger (our U.S. History librarian, jlonber@emory.edu) and Rachel Borchardt (our Biology librarian, rborcha@emory.edu) explain what “primary sources” mean in their respective subjects. Play Episode Links: Archives and Primary Source databases Manuscript, Archive and Rare Book Library at Woodruff, 10th floor

10. Episode 2: Google Scholar
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Description: Lloyd Busch (liblab@learnlink.emory.edu) joins us for a discussion of Google Scholar, what it’s good for and what it’s not. Check out our workshops page for Lloyd’s Google Scholar workshops and more. Play episode