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BIOC29 Introductory Mycology

This guide will help students in the course BIOC29 to find relevant resources including books, articles, and websites to support their lab report assignment.

Learning Outcomes

Searching as Strategic Exploration 

  • You will use different types of searching language such as keywords appropriately to help you find background information and scholarly articles on your fungi.

Information Creation as a Process 

  • You will articulate the traditional and emerging processes of information creation and dissemination of lab reports to help you with research and writing in this format.

Information Has Value 

  • You will give credit to the original ideas of others through proper attribution and citation with a quick overview of adding Mycologia citation style to Zotero.

Key Resources

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