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Boatwright Memorial Library

BIOL 199 - Using Library Resources: Welcome

Getting Started

Use this guide for help with your research in  Biology 199.

You may also use the Biology Research Guide to find more information.

Please contact the library if you need help with your assignments!


A video to get you started:

This short video will introduce you to some of the library research tools that will be very useful in your study of biology.  It will answer these questions and more to get you started with your Biology 199 coursework:

  • What is peer review?
  • What is the primary literature?
  • What database should I use?
  • What is citation indexing and why should I use it?

Start preparing your toolbox for scientific research now!

Head, Research & Instruction

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Carol Wittig
FYS and SPCS KM - ENG Instructor
Rm. 179, Research & Collaborative Area
Boatwright Library
University of Richmond
261 Richmond Way
Richmond, VA 23173
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