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ENVS 648, Environmental Issues in Food and Agriculture: Overview

Food and the Environment

Finding Full-Text

Within a journal database, look for the PennText link or button.  Click on PennText to open a page with options for obtaining the full-text.

News Sources

To follow current issues in the news,  newspapers and news wires are the best places to look. 
Newspaper Resources

News Wires

Databases and Article Indexes

Background Resources & Web Links

Top Ten Library Services/Resources Every Graduate Student Should Know About

In no particular order: 

1. Lean Library- access journal article seamlessly from home or off-campus

2. Poster Printing/3D printing- all 3D prints for academic or research purposes are free. 

3. Browzine- Table of Contents alerting service with easy to use interface. Mobile app available, too!

4. RefWorks- library supplied citation manager

5. Relaxation Room- in the Biomedical Library- practice yoga, meditate, assemble a puzzle!

6. Study Rooms- available in all libraries, different sizes for differing needs, all equipped with tech. Just book ahead!

7. Tech Center- having issues downloading software, issues with your technology? Visit the Tech Center on the ground floor of Van Pelt Library.

8. Weingarten Learning Center-located in Van Pelt, provides instruction on academic reading, writing, study strategies and time management. 

9. Center for Teaching and Learning- improve your teaching skills as a TA, learn to use innovative technology in your classroom.

10. Workshops- Bioinformatics classes on the use of BioCyc and the NCBI databases, GIS+mapping software, Data Visualization, Data Management. For more classes follow the link. 

Subject Guide

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Melanie Cedrone
Contact:
Biomedical Library
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215-898-1862