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BIOL 108H - Freshman Biology Seminar: Home
Finding Primary Sources Featuring Scientists
If you already have a scientist in mind...
Finding Magazine & Newspaper Interviews
To find interviews with scientists, try the following sources.
For a specific scientist, try searching their name and (letters or correspondence or diaries) as a Subject Term. To browse, search for (letters or correspondence or diaries) as a Subject Term and narrow by Category.
Over 400 scientist "spotllghts" that include short bios and links to scientists' research. The site hopes to make the sciences more inclusive and more representative of our own wonderful diverse communities. You do have to sign up for a free account.
Washington, DC: American Psychological Association, 2009. 6th ed.
Written as a guide for contributors to A.P.A. journals, this is also useful to students who need to know recommended forms for presenting bibliographies, footnotes, tables, and figures.
Accessibility: Reserve -- BF76.7 .P83x 2009 ( 4 Hour Circulation )
Request full-text articles, chapters/sections of books, books, and conference proceedings. Look for the green squirrel when you're in a library database to request items. Articles usually arrive within 2 business days; books and other physical items typically arrive in 5 business days.