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Fisheries Oceanography

A guide to resources for OCEA 4160/5160

Research Bootcamp for Research Assistants & Teaching Assistants

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Registration for the 5th annual Dalhousie Libraries Research Bootcamp sessions opens Wednesday. April 10, 2019 at 9am. Registration is free. 

Sessions will run from May 13-June 13 and will cover library  and research basics; literature reviews (searching & writing); citation tools and APA citation; writing abstracts and grant proposals;finding information using legal resources, PubMed and other health sciences databases, humanities resources; finding and managing data; Exel; grey literature searching; conference posters; ebooks; plus other neat tools like Covidence, Esri StoryMaps, R, and OpenRefine for data cleaning. 

Full list of sessions and the schedule
Free registration

Key Databases

These databases will help you to identify journal articles, conference proceedings, technical reports and other materials related to fisheries oceanography topics.

Libraries Search

Additional Databases

Can't find what you need in the Novanet catalogue? The following databases may assist you in identifying books, government documents and hard-to-find, gray literature. Once you have identified an item of interest, you may wish to order it via Dalhousie's Document Delivery service:

RefWorks

RefWorks is a software tool that helps you collect and organize references, and makes it easier for you to cite works within your term paper, project or thesis.