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Discovery and Access: Researching with the MU Libraries' Collections

The University Libraries' collections are expansive: along with the millions of books housed in our campus libraries and off-site depository, we have access to millions of scholarly and popular articles through a multitude of subscriptions to databases and electronic journals.

When engaging with such a complex and multi-faceted body of materials, it's natural to have questions: How can I tell whether the Libraries have access to a specific journal? Where can I obtain a copy of a book that our Libraries don't own? And why is that article that I could access yesterday no longer available?

Learn more about the size, scope, and entryways into our collections in this webinar, designed especially for faculty, post-docs, graduate students, and undergraduate researchers.

Date:
Wednesday, September 29, 2021
Time:
3:00pm - 4:00pm
Categories:
Discovery and Access Research Essentials
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This is an online event.

Registrants will receive a Zoom link, password, and calendar invite via email.

This webinar may be recorded and shared with the public via the MU Libraries YouTube channel or other platforms.

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Cindy Cotner
Joe Askins