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Gray Literature: Tracking Down Unpublished Sources
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Event Gray Literature: Tracking Down Unpublished Sources
When Thursday, December 6, 2012 from 12:00pm to 12:30pm
Where Dahlgren Medical Library BACC classroom (lower level of DML)
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Details Though peer-reviewed, published Biomedical research is quite rich, we still miss valuable sources when we only search databases such as MEDLINE. Gray literature resources include white papers, governmental reports, unpublished clinical trial results, conference proceedings,
guidelines, etc. Sorting through statistics and gray literature, especially when not in your own field, can be time consuming and frustrating. Patrons and librarians both struggle to be efficient in this area, and this session will help you to strengthen your skills!
Access » This event is limited to Georgetown University students, faculty and staff.
Contact Sarah Cantrell, Education Services Librarian sec62@georgetown.edu
Sponsors Dahlgren Memorial Library
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