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.
Can't find what you need? 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:
Sponsored by the Nova Scotian Institute of Science, the contest offers a prize of $750 to the winning article written by a graduate student and a prize of $500 to that written by an undergraduate student. The competition is open to all students registered at a university in Nova Scotia.