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Quick links

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Searching for content

Look at UNE Library's list of available databases to find those that may have content relevant to your project.

  • Go to PubMed with ECHN's tailored link
  • Google Scholar
    Search engine for documents. Click on the down arrow at the right of the search box to bring up advanced search options.
    Do not rely on Google Scholar for scholarly research--use other resources in addition. Google Scholar can often provide citation for the article in question, and help you find who has subsequently cited it.
  • Google Advanced Image Search
    See Usage Rights to identify images that are copyright-free.

Style manuals & reference managers

Writing the abstract

Data management

Creating your poster

See print book in library:
Carter, Matt. Designing science presentations: a visual guide to figures, papers, slides, posters and more. New York: Elsevier, 2013.


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