LII:Information Competencies for Chemistry Undergraduates/About
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|Introduction||This document identifies the skills and knowledge chemistry undergraduates should develop to successfully navigate the scientific and chemical literature in preparing for graduate work or employment as a chemist.|
|Section 1||Big Picture: The Library And Scientific Literature |
Outlines what chemistry undergraduates should know about the library and scientific literature.
|Section 2||Chemical Literature |
Expected skills and recommended resources for finding background information, articles and other chemical literature, patents, and chemical substances, reactions, and syntheses.
|Section 3||Properties, Spectra, Crystallographic, And Safety Information|
Expected skills and recommended resources for finding properties, spectra, crystallographic data, and safety information.
|Section 4||Scientific Communication And Ethical Conduct|
Communication section lists style guides, citation and reference manager software, and resources for designing posters. Ethical conduct section provides links to resources on responsible conduct in research.
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Information Competencies for Chemistry Undergraduates: the elements of information literacy. Special Libraries Association, Chemistry Division and American Chemical Society, Division of Chemical Information. July, 2012- . http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Information_Competencies_for_Chemistry_Undergraduates (Date Accessed)
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