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Life Sciences Libraries
Resources at the Biology Virtual Library
The New Undergraduate's Guide to the
Biology Virtual Library
Covers basic information about the Biology Virtual Library, such as information about location,
hours, policies, borrowing books and journals, interlibrary loan, reserves, printing,
The New Graduate Student's Guide to the
Biology Virtual Library
Covers basic information about the Biology Virtual Library, such as information about
location, hours, policies, borrowing books and journals, interlibrary loan, reserves, printing,
Biology Virtual Library Subject
Provide bibliographies, indexes/abstracts/article databases, encyclopedias, dictionaries,
atlases, handbooks, guides, and selected journals for major biological subject areas.
A news repository for the Biology Virtual Library. Messages that are sent to the SOLS
(Schools of Life Sciences) mailing list from the Biology Virtual Library will be available through
this blog. You may
subscribe via an RSS feed. For
information about RSS feeds, see the University's Scholarly Commons page
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Find here information about available journals, and resources used in relation to journals,
- Journal abbreviations tools
- Serials lists
- Citation format resources
- Citation management resources
- Email alerts
University of Illinois librarians are very familiar with the research process. They are
faculty -- and do research, too! --- and can be of help in getting you on the right track with your
course work. There are a
wide variety of librarian
subject experts who are familiar with the resources best suited to your curricular and research
needs in particular fields and areas. Our Library is the largest public university research
library in the United States and home to a wealth of world-class resources, both print and
electronic, that are available for students, faculty, staff, and campus visitors. Check over
Biology Virtual Library Web site for links to article databases, library
catalogs, resource guides, and other details. Contact
questions or appointments for 1:1 consultations.
Find here information about resources used for research as well as research responsibilities,
such as research process, copyright, ethics, and plagiarism. Includes links to University of
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