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Research Guides - Margaret Smith

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Margaret Smith, Librarian for Physical Sciences
Contact Info:
Bobst Library, 5th Floor
margaret.smith@nyu.edu
212-998-2619
Credentials:
B.A. in Physics, Art & Art History; M.A. in Evolutionary Biology; M.S. in Library and Information Science

Guides

Advanced Google Searching
by Nicole Brown, Margaret Smith - Last Updated Jul 25, 2014
Guide to advanced search features in Google and to Google Scholar and Google Books.
Alternative Sources for U.S. Government Information
by Carol Arnold-Hamilton, Scott Collard, Samantha Guss, Susan Jacobs, Margaret Smith - Last Updated Oct 4, 2013
This guide is designed to help users find U.S. government information during the government shutdown that began on October 1, 2013.
Tags: census, data, education, government, health
Chemistry
by Margaret Smith - Last Updated Oct 17, 2014
This is a guide for finding books, articles, and data in chemistry. It also includes links to download ChemDraw and other software, and information about using the proxy prefix and bookmarklet for off-campus access.
Tags: chemistry, science, sciences
Coles Science Center
by Susan Jacobs, Claire LeMasters, Kelleen Maluski, Margaret Smith, Kara Whatley - Last Updated Jul 28, 2014
This is the virtual home of NYU Bobst Library's Coles Science Center.
Data & Statistics
by Scott Collard, Jill Conte, Samantha Guss, Andrew H. Lee, Margaret Smith - Last Updated Nov 4, 2014
A guide to help you find data and statistics.
Data Management Planning
by Scott Collard, Jill Conte, Samantha Guss, Margaret Smith - Last Updated Aug 27, 2014
This guide provides information and guidance for researchers about creating data management plans.
Data Sources for Physical and Earth Sciences
by Margaret Smith - Last Updated Aug 22, 2014
This is a guide to locating and downloading data in the physical and earth sciences.
EndNote
by Margaret Smith - Last Updated Oct 15, 2014
How to use EndNote (for PC and Mac) to organize citations, format papers and create references and bibliographies.
Grey Literature
by Alex Ducett, Margaret Smith - Last Updated Oct 12, 2011
History of Science
by Margaret Smith - Last Updated Aug 5, 2010
This is a guide to finding books and articles related to the history of science and technology.
Keeping Current with Chemistry
by Margaret Smith - Last Updated Jun 27, 2013
This is a guide for NYU students, faculty, and staff to keeping up with chemistry literature and news through email and RSS alerts made available by publishers, databases, news sources, and granting agencies.
Mathematics
by Margaret Smith - Last Updated Aug 10, 2010
This is a research guide for locating books, articles, and web resources related to topics in mathematics and the history of mathematics.
Mendeley
by Susan Jacobs, Kelleen Maluski, Margaret Smith - Last Updated Jun 24, 2014
Learn how to use the bibliographic management tool Mendeley to organize citations, format bibliographies & citations, and more.
Open Source Software
by Tatiana Bryant, Margaret Smith - Last Updated Jun 17, 2014
Physics
by Margaret Smith - Last Updated Apr 4, 2014
This is a guide to locating books, articles, and conference proceedings related to physics, as well as chemical and physical properties. It also includes links to download ChemDraw and other software.
Scholarly Metrics Tools
by Kelleen Maluski, Margaret Smith - Last Updated Nov 3, 2014
This Guide offers an overview of scholarly metrics and the tools you can use to find them.
Software for Science at NYU NY
by Margaret Smith - Last Updated Sep 17, 2014
This is a guide to accessing scientific software packages on the NYU NY campus.
Tags: biology, chemistry, physics, physics_research, science, sciences, software
 

Publications

“Amino acid repeats cause extraordinary coding sequence variation in the social amoeba Dictyostelium discoideum” (2012). With C. Scala, X. Tian, N.J. Mehdiabadi, et al. PLOS ONE 7(9), e46150. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0046150

“Climate change and Pacific Islands: Indicators and impacts” (2012). With V.W. Keener, J. J. Marra, M.L. Finucane, and D. Spooner. Climate Change and Pacific Islands: Indicators and Impacts. Report for the 2012 Pacific Islands Regional Climate Assessment. Washington, DC: Island Press.

“Punctuated browse: The found poetry of the OPAC” (2012). Snakeskin, 184.

 “Forum: Radical Teacher as an online and Open Access journal” (2012). Radical Teacher, 94, 11–12. doi: 10.1353/rdt.2012.0014 

Presentations

“Data management and ‘Responsible Conduct of Research’: A pilot educational partnership at NYU” (March 2014). Poster session with J. Conte (NYU) and S. Guss (NYU). ASIST&T Research Data Access & Preservation (RDAP) Summit, San Diego, CA.

“Online research management tools: Is this the next battlefield of the war against library disintermediation” (November 2013). With Eric Van Gordon (ProQuest). Charleston Conference, Charleston, SC.

“Integrating data management planning into a holistic service model” (February 2013). Poster session with J. Conte (NYU) and S. Guss (NYU). Research Data Symposium, Columbia University, New York, NY.

“Open Access publishing in science: Simple idea, complex reality” (October 2011). With J. Cirasella (Brooklyn College, CUNY). Open Science Summit, Mountain View, CA.

“When the signal is the noise: Social media and scholarly communication” (February 2011). Google/Mendeley event for Science and Technology Hub, Social Media Week, New York, NY. 

 
 
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