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Search FMM Library's holdings:
Canadian Cloud Library links to the Canadian Illustrated History Collection which includes 200+ books on all kinds of topics specified in provincial history and social studies curricula. Also includes Canadian Art. Righting Canada's Wrong Collection is included within the Canadian Illustrated History collection
Infobase links to a variety of databases for subject specific research.
A free online database with publications relating to physics, computer sciences, mathematics, finance and biology.
PNAS is a comprehensive multidisciplinary scientific journals, publishing more than 3,300 research papers annually.
A free database containing articles in multiple languages on issues pertaining to the environment, geography and natural sciences.
Library Research Skills
Self paced modules
Create a Research Plan Using Digital Tools
1- Search for data
2- Curate your data
3- Save and organize your data
4- Review your reading materials
After you have collected the data related to your topic, the reading marathon starts. Here are some good tools to help you with your reading:
5-Synthesize and take notes
After you have familiarized yourself with the reading materials under hand (first reading), you will start taking notes and synthesizing your information. Here are some tools for this purpose:
These are some excellent word editors you may want to use to prepare the write-up or report of your findings:
7- Bibliography, citations and references
In the editing and proofreading process and before you share your report, you will have to pay close attention to your bibliography and check your references and citations. These are some tools to help you better manage your bibliography: