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Biology   Tags: biology  

A Guide to Books, Journals, Websites, and Other Resources
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Featured Resource

F1000 Posters is an open access repository, providing a permanent, structured environment for the deposition of conference posters and slide presentations in biology and medicine.

Films on Demand

Films On Demand is a state-of-the-art platform streaming educational videos in numerous subject areas, including Business, Health, Humanities, Maths, and Sciences - both Natural and Social.  Ask your instructor if you can use a film clip as a source for your paper/project.

Useful Links

  • Validate your ID
    To access online resources you must validate your ID each semester. Online validation is not immediate - you can also go into any UH Library to validate your ID.
  • Book-a-Librarian
    Did you know you can make an individual appointment with a librarian? Get help with finding sources, citing sources, Laulima, computer basics, etc.
  • Loans from other Libraries
    Borrow articles and books from other libraries. A free service.

Featured DVDs

Citation Strategy

Zotero and Mendeley are two freely-available bibliographic management programs.

Mookini Library subscribes to RefWorks, an online bibliographic management service that allows UH Hilo faculty and students to store and organize citations and can automatically create a bibliography* from the citations. {Sorry, not available for Hawai'i CC users at this time.}

RefWorks takes some getting used to, but is a valuable tool.  It has good tutorials and help pages or you can Book-a-Librarian for an introduction.

* You are still responsible for verifying the correctness of the automatically-created bibliography, but that's still easier than typing the citations yourself!


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