The Smart Grad's Guide to Cyber-Sleuthing: Using Local and Global e-Resources for Research in the Humanities and Social Sciences

The Smart Grad’s Guide to Cyber-Sleuthing: Using Local and Global e-Resources for Research in the Humanities and Social Sciences


The Smart Grad’s Guide to Cyber-Sleuthing: Using Local and Global e-Resources for Research in the Humanities and Social Sciences

Application Deadline: Wednesday, October 15th, 2008

Time: 10:00 am – 12:00pm
Location: Library Instruction Lab, Shields Library

The Smart Grad’s Guide to Cyber-Sleuthing: Using Local and Global
e-Resources for Research in the Humanities and Social Sciences

Looking for a dissertation topic? For that key archive of oral histories or medieval
manuscripts? Join research librarians Roberto Delgadillo and Myra Appel for an
interactive tour of electronic finding aids and resources, starting with a quick review
of local databases like Melvyl and Harvest before taking an in-depth look at massive
global repositories like WorldCat, JStor, and other goldmines for scholarly research.
Each session will feature both a presentation by library staff and a hands-on opportunity
to apply material and skills to your own research. Drop ins welcome but reservations
recommended. Reservations: dhi@ucdavis.edu

This event is sponsored by DHI Knowledge Networking Graduate Workshop Series

For more information please contact: dhi@ucdavis.edu

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