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Students' reflections on Library Research

In this section of Engineering Library Instruction blog, I have tried to capture how library instruction, consultations, and library resources have helped them to locate information they were looking for their assignments, projects and engineering design related information need.

See:
Students' reflections on Library Research
http://www.library.drexel.edu/blogs/engineeringlibraryinstruction/?cat=87

Engineering Library Instruction Blog:
http://www.library.drexel.edu/blogs/engineeringlibraryinstruction/

This blog now includes two new video tutorials:

What is Knovel? How can I access it? How can I keep updated with new features?
http://www.library.drexel.edu/blogs/engineeringlibraryinstruction/?p=583

How do I obtain an article from a citation found in Ei Compendex/INSPEC databases or (Engineering Village) when it is not available in full text?
http://www.library.drexel.edu/blogs/engineeringlibraryinstruction/?p=37

Blogging, the Next Generation

Hello, all! I am Bunny Burnstein, and I am a virtual librarian. I spend a lot of time in Second Life, attending library functions, so that's probably what you will read a lot about in this particular blog. I also have a blog that I've been working on for a couple of months: Tales of a Virtual Librarian. That blog is dedicated to my adventures in Second Life (and other virtual worlds) and to sharing free Internet resources with the public. It's a great place to find free reference web sites on a variety of topics.

So...all of that leaves this blog free for issues that affect digital resources and virtual reference. I look forward to sharing my thoughts with everyone!

Bunny Burnstein

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