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BIO 475 & 476: Home
Welcome to the library guide for students in BIO 475 & 476: Scientific Writing and Analysis I & II. This guide is designed to acquaint you with biology-related resources available in the John Esch Library and beyond.
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(Guide creator: Joe Pirillo. Currently maintained by Ann Penke.)
Links to specific science journals are provided below. Looking for a topic idea? Browse the journals below for ideas. Already have a topic? Use the databases listed under the Articles tab to find articles on your topic.
"Contains peer-reviewed articles, original research reports, a news section, editorials, letters, and book reviews on timely science-related topics." from EBSCO
Some journals are available in the John Esch Library in print format only. Issues are not available electronically in a library database.
Science: From 2005 - current will only be available in print in the library or on microfilm in the library. Ask a librarian for assistance.
Using Library Databases to search for articles: The databases below will help you locate articles related to biological sciences. Some articles will be available in full-text (with complete article) while others will only provide a summary/abstract. Articles with summary/abstract may be available in full-text in another library database or available through interlibrary loan.
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Created for college-level research, this database covers many subject areas and provides full-text articles from magazines and journals. Unsure which database to use? This is often a great first choice. (Courtesy of BadgerLink.)
From the National Library of Medicine, this database "provides authoritative information on medicine, nursing, dentistry, veterinary medicine, pre-clinical sciences and the health care system." ---EBSCOhost
(Courtesy of BadgerLink.)
Includes full-text for science-related encyclopedias and reference books as well as full-text and abstracts for science magazines such as Scientific American and scholarly journals. (Courtesy of BadgerLink.)
Covers broad range of psychological topics with summaries (abstracts) for over 640 titles with over 540 available in full-text. Relevant to researchers in all areas of psychology, counseling, leadership, human resources management, organizational behavior, personality, psychometrics and psychobiology.
Locate scholarly articles, court cases, and books. Not all articles are peer-reviewed. Limited full-text availability. Google Scholar settings can be configured to link to John Esch library database contents.