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This guide is for the Agricultural Education & Communication Department's thesis and dissertation proposal development class.
Last Updated: Jul 12, 2013 URL: http://guides.uflib.ufl.edu/AEC6905 Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts

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Welcome to MSL!

 

Off Campus Access

Many library resources are limited to current UF faculty, students and staff. To use our electronic resources from off-campus you must first logon to our network. The UF VPN is highly recommended.

 

Library Services

Inter Library Loan

What if the library doesnt own a book or journal? You can request it through Interlibrary Loan (ILL). Just sign up for a free account!

E-reserves

Need to make course readings availablefor your course? As a professor or TA you can put items on e-reserve by setting up an Ares account.

Instruction

Our librarians can teach workshops including librarian orientations, information literacy sessions, Open Access information sessions, Refworks/ EndNote Web workshop, or Avoiding plagiarism discussions. Just contact us at the link above.

 

Welcome to the Marston Science Library

On behalf of everyone at the Marston Science Library, We would like to extend a warm welcome! We hope to see you at our library collaborating, researching, and writing. This guide is designed to summarize and supplement the library instruction session for AEC 6905. It goes over thesis & dissertation tips, finding books & ebooks, finding articles, using databases, and citation management.

If you have any additional questions, feel free to contact Melody, Margeaux, or a subject librarian.

We look forward to hearing from you!

Margeaux Johnson
Science & Technology Librarian
and Instruction Coordinator for the Sciences

Melody Royster
Science & Technology Librarian
and Agriculture Librarian

Melody and Margeaux
 

Navigating the Marston Science Library Homepage

www.uflib.ufl.edu/msl

 

1. Find resources related to your subject including suggestions for article databases, contact information for your librarian, and tips for searcing.

2. Search the library catalog for books & e-books.

3. Use the features in "my accounts" to log on from off campus, request books from Interlibrary Loan, and manage your citations.

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