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Last Updated: Oct 29, 2014 URL: http://libguides.lib.uci.edu/SE_Honors2014-15 Print Guide RSS Updates

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Library hours change!  Please consult Library Hours.  Also be reminded that Gateway Study Center is available for after-hours and a new app will tell you where study space is available.

If you leave the Libraries late at night, make sure you have a walking companion or call the Safety Escorts (949-824-7233) to accompany you to your car or campus residence.

 

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Background Information

The Honors Seminar allows you to engage in a research project under the supervision of a faculty advisor.  You are expected to present your research project and write it up as a "thesis" or major paper. 

By being a member of the Seminar, you have extended borrowing privileges that allow you to borrow books from both the Langson and Science Library for a quarter.  This is the same borrowing terms as what Graduate Students have which is 90 days or 10 weeks from both the Langson Library and Ayala Science Library.  Your individual records have been changed to reflect this.

You have been assigned a Liaison Librarian.  We recommend that you contact your assigned librarian and schedule a Research Consultation. 

 

 

Things To Do

Getting everything done on time - assuming that is the goal, it is recommended that you engage in the following tasks:

  1. Plan your project with your advisor
  2. Prepare an outline of your work and final project
  3. Meet with Liaison Librarian as needed
  4. Conduct a literature search
  5. Determine what style manual you will use for writing your paper - perhaps APA - and learn how you can do this efficiently
  6. Consider learning how to use Bibliographic Management Software to organize your citations and be able to cite them accurately and consistently.
  7. Consider ways to present information - powerpoint, handouts, poster session, to make it visually as well as content rich, etc
  8. Update information as needed

Liaison Librarian

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Julia Gelfand, Applied Sciences & Engineering Librarian
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Office: Ayala Science Library 228
Phone: 949-824-4971
EMail: jgelfand@uci.edu

Education & Outreach

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Brian Williams | JD MSLS
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University of California Irvine
Education & Outreach
brian.williams@uci.edu
949.824.0473
Office LL106
 

Liaison Librarians

LIAISON LIBRARIANS

Julia Gelfand (PPD, SE General, allied health, urban & regional planning, applied sciences, environmental sciences, public policy, technological influences over lifespan) - Office: Science Library 228  Voice: 949-824-4971  jgelfand@uci.edu

Brian Williams (PSB - counseling, psychology; CLS - law, criminal justice, GIS, government information, deviance) - Office: Langson Library 380  Voice: 949-824-0473  brianrw@uci.edu

Each student has been assigned a liaison librarian and click on the tab for "Hints for Specific Projects"
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