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Date & Time: Wednesday, October 26, 2-3:30pm Eastern Time
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Presenters: Andy Hickner (Weill Cornell) & Kate Saylor (University of Michigan) [Whitney Townsend, University of Michigan, host]
What's going on with my search?
Whether you're developing a complex search strategy for a systematic review or just trying to focus and refine a tricky search, the idiosyncrasies of commonly-used databases can really throw a wrench in your work.
Fortunately, there's help! Kate Saylor (University of Michigan) and Andy Hickner (Weill Cornell), from the MLA UX Caucus, will share information about the UX Caucus's work, introduce the UX Caucus Database Tips blog, talk about how to effectively investigate and troubleshoot resource problems, and demonstrate some of the top tips that have been shared to date.
You don't want to miss this informative look at the UX Caucus's "bite-sized tips for expert searchers"!
Search 101 Database Cheat Sheet (2020) - Google Sheet
Search 101 Database Cheat Sheet (2020) - Excel download
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