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Library Resources for ITP: Home
This guide was created for researchers in the Interactive Telecommunications Program.
Start simple (1-2 words!), and think critically about the results you're getting
Irrelevant results? Try synonyms, or try searching somewhere else
Too few results? Add synonyms to your search with OR
Ex. (tangible OR haptic)
Too many results? Combine concepts with AND
Ex. (tangible OR haptic) AND (controller OR interface)
Keep track of where you search, and what terms you use
Write down new terms you come across (and try searching them, too)
Search in lots of different places (e.g,. library catalogs, Google Books, multidisciplinary databases, subject-specific databases...)
Look at reference lists and "citing references"
Save your best results in one place (Zotero/EndNote/RefWorks)
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Search inside the text of digitized books. Click on "Find in a Library" or "Get this book in print" link to locate individual books at NYU.
If Bobst or an NYU Consortium Library (New School, Cooper Union, IFA, etc.) does not own a book that you need, you can request it from E-ZBorrow. Your best option for books right now is to search BobCat to see whether we have an online version of something. The library is offering locker pickup for print-only books, but E-ZBorrow and Interlibrary Loan (for stuff we don't own) is not currently available, due to COVID.
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