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Joining the Research Conversation: Web of Knowledge/Web of Science

TUESDAY NOVEMBER 8 – 4-5pm - Hagerty Library room L33

Whether just starting your research or looking to push the boundaries of your existing projects you need to know what’s happening in your field and who the movers & shakers are.  This workshop will demonstrate how the Web of Knowledge databases can help you dig deeper in your research topic and quickly uncover the most critical journals, researchers and research centers that you’ll need to follow.  Using the Web of Knowledge’s linking features, you can identify the threads of the research conversation that are most important to your own work, and then learn to follow them quickly and easily.

Sign up in advance with an email to LibInstruction@drexel.edu.

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