Library Digest October 2020
The Library Digest is published in the second half of each month and highlights what’s been happening and what’s coming up at your Library.
What’s Happening at your Library
- We are featuring Kristian McInnis, our User Services Coordinator, in the October edition of the Meet Your Library Staff.
- The October LibLights highlights the different ways we have continued to support SAIT’s academic community through research, instruction, and industry connections.
- This month, our New and Notable titles focus on some of the newest and most trustworthy engineering e-books in our collection as well as some general interest titles.
- Visit the Library FAQ to learn more about some of some of the most frequently asked questions. Check out our tip sheets if you need help using many of the library resources or need research and citation assistance.
- Stay tuned for announcements on adapted services in the coming weeks.
Library Research Tips from the Pros – LibGuides
As a researcher, you have many tools at your disposal when searching for information. Sometimes, the vast amount of information can get overwhelming.
That’s where our research guides ( LibGuides) can help you out. The Library has created guides for schools, programs, courses, and topics to a serve a variety of purposes and needs. Whether you need help with the research process, want to discover curated resources for your course or program, or need guidelines on how to cite sources, the Library has you covered.
Featured Resource – SAGE Research Methods
SAGE Research Methods provides the tools needed to guide all levels of researchers through every step of the research process. Their content includes books, reading lists, case studies, instructional videos, podcasts, reference works, journals, and more. Sage Research Methods is a great tool for anyone teaching, learning, or practicing research methods/data analysis.
Recently, the Library added additional resources to the Sage Research Methods package which now also includes additional videos on emerging research trends, sample data sets for practice with statistical analysis, and much more.
All current students, faculty, and staff can login to the SAGE Research Methods with their mySAIT credentials.