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SIRE Social Science Session - Shared screen with speaker view
Jennifer J Elder
19:49
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Jennifer J Elder
20:21
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Melissa Hackman (she/her)
24:41
Feel free to also put questions into chat or unmute yourselves
Melissa Hackman (she/her)
27:34
Me too!
Melissa Hackman (she/her)
30:20
We love to buy books!
Melissa Hackman (she/her)
30:41
Never pay for a resource. We can help.
Layhana Mopono
36:09
Google Scholar
Moyo Odugbemi
36:10
Google
Cara Waite
36:10
Google scholar
Ryan Gibbons
36:11
Google Scholar or just Google and then use DiscoverE to find the full version
Selma Hassan
36:13
EBSCO Host
Natalia Thomas
36:16
Proquest
Andrea Snoddy
36:16
Google scholar
Vivek Joshi
36:22
Google Scholar
Jalyse Garcia-Barreto
36:26
Emory library or just google
Elizabeth Nguyen
36:29
google, jstor
Matt (he/him)
36:32
jstor
Vivek Joshi
36:35
Then Emory library to find full versions
Ryan Gibbons
38:01
Google has the widest range of overall things so I can find an abstract that looks helpful, and then use DiscoverE to find the actual text
Vivek Joshi
38:04
Feels very natural to use Google Scholar
Andrea Snoddy
38:21
Convenience/first thing to pop up in search results
Andrea Snoddy
39:07
Hard to find the full article
Ryan Gibbons
39:20
Sometimes their autocitations don't seem to work
Ryan Gibbons
39:23
Or are innacurate
Jennifer J Elder
41:09
SIRE Research Guide https://guides.libraries.emory.edu/sire
Melissa Hackman (she/her)
42:45
You can get to the databases from the SIRE Research Guide
Melissa Hackman (she/her)
53:10
Have folks used Inter-Library loan before?
Natalia Thomas
53:28
No, I don’t think so
Melissa Hackman (she/her)
58:01
Google Scholar Directions: . To add a "Find It @ Emory" button, go to Library Links in the Settings menu, search for Emory, and click the "Find It @ Emory" box.
Vivek Joshi
59:05
Yes
Ryan Gibbons
59:07
Yes
Ashwin Ujre
59:09
Yep
Layhana Mopono
59:09
yes
Andrea Snoddy
59:10
Yes
Abby Yang
59:11
yes
Taryn Salako
59:14
yes
Jennifer J Elder
59:15
Did you find a database that was relevant to your research?
Ashwin Ujre
59:42
Not particularly
Jennifer J Elder
59:42
Did you receive good results on your topic?
Jennifer J Elder
01:08:50
https://guides.libraries.emory.edu/sire
Melissa Hackman (she/her)
01:09:27
Melissa.joy.hackman@emory.edu
Jennifer J Elder
01:09:33
Jennifer.J.Elder@emory.edu
Jennifer J Elder
01:09:49
What are you taking away from today’s session?
Ryan Gibbons
01:10:08
How to effectively use the Emory Library resources to find some of the less-obvious sources I might need in my research!
Layhana Mopono
01:10:27
How to allocate library resources from home
Leah Bader
01:10:27
A better understanding of the different databases and how to access them through Emory
Andrea Snoddy
01:10:27
Linking google scholar to emory and learning about the various databases I can use
Jennifer J Elder
01:10:29
What do you still have questions about?
Natalia Thomas
01:10:40
I learned about connecting Google Scholar to Emory and that there is a SIRE research guide website
Abby Yang
01:10:40
There’s a lot of resources that are available to us that we don’t have to pay for
Andrea Snoddy
01:12:08
Thank you so much!!!
Moyo Odugbemi
01:12:09
Thank you
Vivek Joshi
01:12:15
Thank you!