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Biology

Engineering & Science Librarian

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Maggie Gordon
Contact:
Douglas Library
Room 519
613 533-3255
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Scope Notes and Credits

Scope Notes

This guide covers information resources and research advice related to Biology. It is specifically designed for students, instructors, and researchers who are looking for information resources for Biology and related interdisciplinary subject-areas. 

Credits

Maggie Gordon, MLIS 

Welcome!

This guide was created to help you locate and navigate the key information resources that are relevant to your research in Biology. 

If you require additional assistance, please contact engsci@queensu.ca or Book a Consultation on the left-hand side of the page to get in touch with a librarian who can help you to:

  • Define and focus your research question(s)
  • Develop search strategies and techniques
  • Recommend appropriate resources such as search tools and databases
  • Evaluate information sources
  • Manage your search results
  • Provide advice on publishing, and
  • Develop strategies for research data management

Recent Changes to the Biology Research Guides 

In fall 2022, all course-specific (i.e. BIO537 or BIOL321) research guides have been migrated into the main Biology Research Guide. If the previous guide contained book recommendations related directly to the course topic, it has been moved to the tab for Finding Books or Reference Material. Under Finding Books, you will see categories for each course whereas under Reference Material, the books have been divided up by research area. 

If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to use the "email me" button under my profile and I will respond as quickly as possible. 

Thank you for your understanding!

Maggie 

Featured Titles

Omni

Use Omni to search the library's catalogue for books, articles, videos, maps, government documents, music, data sets, open access materials, and more. You can discover materials that are not available at Queen's but that you can freely request either within Omni or through interlibrary loan. 

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