New Faculty Orientation

Brainstorming Exercise

  • Each group must decide on a research topic concerning climate change. It can go in whatever direction your group wishes to explore.
  • Use the White Boards to brainstorm and generate new ideas.
  • Try to think about ideas and issues that are related to your topic. This process will help you to zero in on your research topic, and the ideas you come up with can be used as keywords to search in your database.

Selected Databases

Searching Argos will retrieve different types of library materials as it integrates many library resources into one interface.

Academic Search Premier
A multi-disciplinary database that covers many areas of academic study. It is a great tool for finding peer-reviewed and non-scholarly journal articles on a variety of topics.

Provides full-text articles and books in science, math, education, communications, economics and more.

Contains aggregated statistical information, and often includes infographics. It's very easy to use!

Opposing Viewpoints in Context
A full-text database covering controversial topics presented in a variety of formats from scholarly articles, news articles, essays, statistics, websites, videos, and more.

Database Exercise

Click on this link to access to database Google form we will be using during the library workshop.

Or type or click on this link:

Contact Us

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College Librarian
(607) 274-3182
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Health Sciences Librarian
(607) 274-1197

Services for Faculty

Research Help

Contact your liaison librarian

Phone: 607-274-3890
Text us at 607-216-8513.

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