Lean on Librarians! A quick guide on Subject Librarian public services

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Written by: Gabrielle Milburn  Librarians have been an authoritative presence among the rows of literature for as long as the role has been established. There can be various beliefs arguing over the role of a librarian, from the idea that they only stock books and read all day, to looming the stacks and keeping the building quiet. From my experience… Read more »

Library Hacks: Google Scholar

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Google Scholar can be a helpful tool for discovering scholarly resources, but what happens when they’re behind a paywall? No need to worry; you can link your library account to Google Scholar and gain access to anything available through the UNT Libraries. Check out our Library Hacks video below to learn how:  Do you have an idea for a video you would like… Read more »

Library Hacks

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The Scholar Speak team has created several brief “Library Hacks” videos. You can learn a helpful skill in just two minutes, like searching for articles by title, using Boolean operators, or linking Google Scholar to your library account.  Check out our video on Boolean operators here:  All our Library Hacks videos can be found on Microsoft Stream. You will need to log in with… Read more »

Choosing a Research Topic

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Written by: Sarah Diaz The first step to writing a research paper is deciding what topic to focus on. If your professor has assigned a topic, you already know what you are going to research, but if the choice is up to you, you may be wondering where to begin. This can be a challenging… Read more »
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