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One-on-one hour long research sessions with a librarian
Last Updated: Oct 24, 2014 URL: http://libguides.library.albany.edu/PAWS Print Guide RSS Updates
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PAWS

 

UAlbany Libraries - Ask Us!

 

What is PAWS?

Your time is valuable. We’ll help you make the most of it.

A one hour appointment with a reference librarian is available to UAlbany, students, faculty and staff. A librarian will assist you in finding authoritative information for your research projects.

Personalized Assistance With Searching provides:

  • Research assistance and guidance 
  • Provide pointers on specialized databases to get in-depth information in your field of study fast
  • Help in selecting search terms that will yield better results
  • Search strategies and search tips
  • Locate citations to resources available from other libraries through Interlibrary Loan
  • Searches for people with disabilities

Click here to make a PAWS appointment

 

 

Cited Reference Searches for Promotion and Tenure

The University Libraries subscribes to Web of Science so that persons preparing tenure and promotion dossiers may conduct cited reference searching.Web of Science provides 3 citation indexes formerly received in print or CD-ROM format: Science Citation Index Expanded (SCIE) (previously called Science Citation Index), Social Sciences Citation Index (SSCI), Arts and Humanities Citation Index (AHCI). Coverage: current year, plus 20 years of backfiles. Please visit the Scholarly Metrics page for more information.

 

Comments from previous PAWS users

“They were very helpful and I was successful. Thanks!”

“She saved me a lot of time. She was very helpful. I was very grateful.”

“Giving people many options on what they are looking for.”

“Very amazing staff.”

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