|Event Description:||NOTE: you must take Research Skills 1 (or previously, Introduction to Searching) prior to taking this workshop.|
This hands-on workshop will tackle advanced search strategies and introduce tools and techniques to make gathering the most relevant information on your topic more efficient and effective.
Ideal for upper level undergrads who have experience using the online library and doing basic research, as well as for graduate students looking to take their research skills to the next level.
You will learn how to:
Use and combine advanced search operators and modifiers to make the most of keyword searches.
Use powerful controlled vocabularies to get the most accurate database search results.
Mine the work of important researchers to find the most relevant key terms and literature on a topic.
|Location:||Room: Online Elluminate Room|
Center for Distance Learning
113 West Avenue
Saratoga Springs, NY 12866-6079, USA
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|Contact Person / Department:||Name: Dana Longley|
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|Event Time(s):||6:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.|