In this guide you will find information related to the skills of writing and presentation in the STEAM disciplines. Topics covered include finding and evaluating resources, location e-books and physical books, using scholarly journals and articles, and managing your citations to save you time. If you would like assistance with your project, please contact one of the librarians listed in this guide to set up an appointment or email them directly.
These guides contain essential information related to writing successfully. Consider them to be additional pages on this guide.
Pop-ups are no-one's favorite, but what if I gave you a pop-up extension that will give you directions to full-text articles, ebooks, and more through the Dartmouth Library for any academic site? Allow me to introduce Lean Library. This plug-in works with Chrome, Edge, Firefox, Opera, and Safari. While the tool may be of assistance when on the Dartmouth network, it will be especially helpful when you aren't.
Step 1: Download and install the extension: https://download.leanlibrary.com/DartmouthLibrary
Step 2: Select Dartmouth College
Step 3: Start searching! Lean Library will let you know when you are on a website that the library has access to and will help you navigate access to the full text of articles, or direct you to DartDoc when appropriate.
Step 4: Login with your Dartmouth Single Sign-On
***Please note that Dartmouth Library is actively working on implementation of this new tool and there may be hiccups. If you encounter a problem, please let us know.
This class covers science communication, but in the library catalog there are many ways to refer to science communication. These terms are used a subject headings within the catalog, and you may see versions of them used in other databases as well.