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Alternatives Searching: Literature Searching for Animal Research: Conclusion

What Next?

After reviewing the resources in this guide, you have learned strategies for creating effective searches, selecting the best databases to use, and evaluating and managing your search results. If you have further questions about how best to conduct your literature searches, please consult with a reference librarian. Happy researching!

Credits

This guide was adapted with permission from one created by Lisa Philpotts and KT Vaughan at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. The original guide can be viewed here.

Image Credits

Photo courtesy of Rama on Wikimedia Commons: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Category:Lab_mice#mediaviewer/File:Lab_mouse_mg_3204.jpg  

 

 

            
 

Retrieved from the Duke University Medical Center & Library Archives Animals in Research research guide

 

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