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CHEM 184/284 (Chemical Literature) - Huber - Winter 2014   Tags: chemical_information, chemical_literature  

A two-credit course in the techniques and tools for effective searching the literature of chemistry, biochemistry, chemical engineering and related fields.
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Chem 184/284 - Chemical Literature

Chemistry 184/284 is a two-credit course in the techniques and tools for effectively searching the literature of chemistry, biochemistry, chemical engineering and related fields. Students will be introduced to how information is organized in the chemical sciences, including data collections such as Reaxys and indexes to the literature such as SciFinder, as well as the different types of primary literature and other resources useful to the chemical researcher.

Undergraduates should register in Chem 184; graduate students in Chem 284.  The course is taught each Winter Quarter, and meets twice weekly. Winter Quarter 2013, we will be meeting in Room 1575 Davidson Library.  My contact information is in the profile box to the right.

 

Syllabus - Winter 2014

Note: This is the definitive syllabus for the quarter, and may be updated or changed as necessity requires. Lecture quizzes are to be completed and turned in by the following lecture. Quizzes should be answered in GauchoSpace; however, PDF copies for printing are available on the PDF Files page.

Monday, January 6, 2014 - Winter Quarter begins

Tuesday, January 7 - Lecture 1: Overview of the Organization of Information

Thursday, January 9 - Lecture 2: Techniques of the Efficient Information Searcher

Friday, January 10 - Last day to add a course without approval codes; last day to drop a course without a drop fee.

Tuesday, January 14 - Lecture 3: Part I: Library Catalogs vs. Article Databases vs. Search Engines; Part II: Finding Books in the Library: Call Numbers, and the UCSB and Melvyl Catalogs.

Thursday, January 16 - Lecture 4: Data Collections, Part I

Friday, January 17 - Last day for students to add courses or change grading options without paying a fee.

Monday, January 20 - Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday

Tuesday, January 21 - Lecture 5: Data Collections, Part II: Beilstein + Gmelin = Reaxys

Mid-Term 1 Given Out Today.  Due: Tuesday, February 4!

Thursday, January 23 - Lecture 6: Primary Literature, Part I: Journals, Copyright, Open Access, Repositories, Preprints

Monday, January 27 - Last day for all students to add classes via GOLD by 11:45 p.m.

Tuesday, January 28 - Lecture 7: Primary Literature, Part II: Conference Papers, Patents, Technical Reports, Dissertations

Thursday, January 30 - Lecture 8: Indexes and Databases for Science and Engineering

Brief description of term project topics due by Thursday, Feb. 6!

Monday, February 3 - Last day for undergraduates in LAS or Engineering to drop classes.

Tuesday, February 4 - Lecture 9: Citations Part I- Searching Them, Web of Science, Part II - Creating and Managing Them, EndNote Web, Part III - Evaluating with Citations, Impact Factors and Journal Citation Reports

Mid-term Exam 1: DUE TODAY!!

Thursday, February 6 - Lecture 10: Chemical Abstracts Service and the Legacy of Print

Brief term project descriptions due TODAY!

Tuesday, February 11 - Lecture 11: SciFinder, Part 1 - Introduction and Exploring References by Author

Thursday, February 13 - Lecture 12: SciFinder, Part 2 - Exploring References by Research Topic

Monday, February 17 - President's Day holiday

Tuesday, February 18 - Lecture 13: SciFinder, Part 3 - Exploring Substances: Substance Displays, Name Searching, Molecular Formula Searching and Property Searching

Mid-term Exam 2 given out today.

Thursday, February 20 - Lecture 14: SciFinder, Part 4 - Exploring Substances by Structure Searching

Tuesday, February 25 - Lecture 15: SciFinder, Part 5 - Exploring Organic Reactions; SciPlanner

Thursday, February 27 - Lecture 16: The New Web and Mobile Science

Friday, February 28 - Last day for undergraduates in LAS or Engineering to change grading options.

Tuesday, March 4 - Lecture 17: TBD

Mid-term Exam 2 DUE TODAY!!

Thursday, March 6 -IN-CLASS PRESENTATION of FINAL PROJECTS

Tuesday, March 11 - IN-CLASS PRESENTATION of FINAL PROJECTS

Thursday, March 13 - IN-CLASS PRESENTATION of FINAL PROJECTS

Friday, March 14 - Last day for graduate students and students in CCS to drop courses or change grading options.

Friday, March 21 - WRITTEN FINAL PROJECTS must be turned in NO LATER than 5:00pm!!

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