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CHEM 1560R: Reimagining the Role of Chemistry

This guide will introduce resources relevant to the course 'CHEM 1560R: Reimagining the Role of Chemistry'.

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Welcome to the CHEM1560R: Reimagining the Role of Chemistry Library Guide!


In this guide, students will find a variety of helpful resources and insights related to research for CHEM1560R, including recommendations for databases, general tips for strategically conducting research, contact information for librarians, and much more!   

Image: Chemistry Experiment 3D. (2019). CC 4.0.

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Hello! I'm Jason Cerrato, and as a STEM Instructional librarian, I support learners and researchers across a variety of STEM fields, including Chemistry. Students are always encouraged to reach out at any point, whether it's about an assignment, research project, or tool--consider me your front-line point of access for any library service or resource-related questions! 

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