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CHEM 666: Special Topics in Biochemistry

Library research guide focused on inquiry into the biochemical basis of select human diseases.

Researching Topics in Biochemistry

Welcome to the course guide for CHEM 666 - SpecialTopics in Biochemistry!

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This guide is designed to assist you in the processes of research - accessing resources and tutorials, search strategies and tools, and appropriate evaluation, writing and citation style.  If you need any conversation or further assistance along the way - please do not hesitate to contact your librarians at the reference desk of Ablah Library 978-3584, Nathan Filbert (contact info at left), or through Blackboard Ask-Your-Librarian!  Dig in, keep at it, discover, learn and enjoy!

The resources, tools and related assignments will help you acquaint yourself with some established ways of 

  • searching information strategically in order to discover existing knowledge related to your topic
  • engaging and evaluating the information you find
  • entering the scholarly conversation around your topic, 
  • and ethically participating and creating new insights and research in this field of study

You may also want to consult these Library Research Guides for additional resources:

Both have expanded Reference Resources you may need to pop in and out of for general overviews and gaps in knowledge, see, for example Biochemistry Reference Sources: https://libraries.wichita.edu/BioChem/Reference

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