For questions or assistance see the Contact Information for the LMU Reference & Bibliographic Instruction Librarian for Science. I provide first-line information support to you during the course of your academic program of study here at LMU.
You also have at your disposal the many other LMU librarians who specialize in related subject areas that may be important to you, or whom are available at times to best meet your schedule. There are no wrong questions, but it is qustionable to be part of an academic setting and not ask for "help". For you information literate students you will recall learning about the "Invisible College". The LMU librarians are part of the invisible college of experts here to help you learn. We are your tuition dollars at work. Please make use of our expertise to support your ongoing succsss as a professional.
The purpose of the LMU C-VL Natural Science Seminar LibGuide (CampusGuide) is to provide a space for organizing information you need from the LMU Librarian to support information literacy in the NSS. The information contained in the guide will assist you in preparing a review of literature on your research topic and preparing your research paper using your prescribed style format. Some of the information will be the same for multiple courses encompassed by NSS and some may be unique. A tab has been created for each course. The tabs for each course are located above this box.
Natural Science Seminar Library Instruction 2012FA Wednesday September 5, 2012.
Click on QEP in the upper right side of this LibGuide to access the LMU Library Catalog. LMU Library Catalog searches across the LMU Library holdings for books, multimedia, and article citations in the journal databases. Use the check-boxes to the left of the results list to limit to books, journals, peer reviewed, date of publication and may more options. This cutting edge software can be challenging to use or contain errors at times. Please consult a librarian if you do not find what you need.
Might there be full-text access to a journal article found on Google WebAdvanced for something you could not find in the LMU Library collections? Your LMU science librarian can help you google before you request an Interlibrary Loan. It could be the fastest access point, worth a try!