Use this page to learn new research skills. Some resources focus on using the Library's databases and others on effectively doing scientific research. If you have any questions, please contact the Science, Mathematics and Engineering Librarian. Alternately, use the "Ask a Librarian" chat service.
In less than 5 minutes, learn how to:
This video refers to "Libguides." These are now called "Research Guides."
This guide provides a quick introduction on accessing, searching, and opening articles using the database Science Direct. Use the options below to either download a copy using Microsoft Word or open the document on Google Docs.
In 3 minutes, learn what Natural Science Collection is, how to find it, perform a basic search, and save or cite your results.
Visit the STEM Library Resource guide to learn more about reading and engaging with scholarly articles.
This short video from North Carolina State University Libraries explains how the peer review process works and how an article is published in an academic journal.
Contact the Science, Mathematics and Engineering liaison librarian: Amy.Scheelke@slcc.edu.