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MyResearch (Health & biological sciences)

Note: The MyResearch seminar series is restricted to McGill graduate and postdoctoral students.

MyResearch sessions

Module 1: EndNote Essentials

Module 2: Graduate Research Tool Kit

Module 3: Search Strategies & Techniques

Module 4: Getting Your Research Out

Citing materials

Finding materials

Books
Articles
  • Search bibliographic databases such as those listed below to find articles on a given topic, and search the Library's WorldCat catalogue (by article title, and if unsuccessful, by journal title) to access full text.
  • Subject guides are a great place to find subject-specific databases but here are good places to start:
Dissertations and theses
Conference papers
  • Conferences: General information compiled by the McGill Library
  • Conference papers may be published in conference proceedings
  • Records for conference papers or conference abstracts may be included in certain databases
  • Conference papers, presentations, or abstracts may only be accessible from conference websites, may not be publicly available, or may, in some cases, not be available at all

 

Material not available at McGill
Data

The Library has data-related subject guides:

Reading & Critiquing Research Articles

Getting your research out

Funding opportunities
Finding upcoming conferences
Finding past conference papers
Choosing a journal
Knowing your rights as an author
Keeping track of your work
Open access repositories

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Multiple librarians

Genevieve Gore
genevieve.gore@mcgill.ca
514-398-3472

Martin Morris
martin.morris@mcgill.ca
514-398-8140   
 

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