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Library Researcher Series: 10 Gov Research Tips...

A drop-in workshop series offered by the University Library in Fall and Winter terms.

Session Description: 10 Government Research Tips You Need to Know

10 Government Research Tips You Need to Know

The landscape for government information has shifted dramatically. With a press of button or the closure of library, government information can disappear. As researchers, we need to switch up our search strategies and use new tools.  Find out about new search engines for government information, special e-archives, mining the dark web for government information, and newly digitized historical publications in this fast paced session touching on local, provincial, federal and international publications.

Session provided by Darlene Fichter, Government Publications Librarian.

Session Information

Winter 2015 term:

Thurs Mar 12, 12-1pm, Murray Library Rm 102