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Communication Graduate Students: Home

For M.A. students in Communication

SMLC @ Cooper 5th Floor

Scholar's Lab @ Cooper 4th floor

Contact: Megan Sheffield, Data Services Librarian

Email: msheff@clemson.edu

Telephone: 656-5185

More Services & Contacts

    Adobe Digital Studio

Contact: Kelsey Sheaffer, Learning Technologies Librarian

Email: ksheaff@clemson.edu

Telephone: 656-0635

   RefWorks

Contact: Bobby Hollandsworth, Business Librarian & RW Lead

Email: hollan4@clemson.edu

Telephone: 656-3118

Special Collections & Archives

Contact: Dr. Tara Wood, Instruction & Outreach Archivist

Email: tswood2@clemson.edu

Telephone: 656-3214

   Tiger Prints

Contact: Kirstin Okeefe, Repository Coordinator

Email: kokeefe@clemson.edu

Telephone: 656-1844

"Take A Tour of Tiger Prints"

Getting Your ORCID ID

Clemson is now a member of ORCID

ORCID “provides a persistent digital identifier that distinguishes you from every other researcher and, through integration in key research workflows such as manuscript and grant submission, supports automated linkages between you and your professional activities ensuring that your work is recognized.

How does this benefit Clemson students, faculty and staff? "

1.Gives the university and departments a way to track the output of their faculty & students
2.Most grant funding agencies are embedding ORCID in their submission systems
3.Publishers are integrating ORCID in the manuscript submission process
4.We can link ORCIDs with a student or faculty members work in TigerPrints
5.Tie the scholarly output of Clemson researchers back to Clemson University, meeting the goals of Clemson Forward

Featured Resource

Overview Video

Plagiarism & Research Training

Library boot camp imageResearch training and workshops are offered throughout the year for graduate students.

Plagiarism is a hot button topic, log in to our

"Avoiding Plagiarism for Graduate Students"

3-module activity. Get 80% correct on graded quizes and receive a certificate of completion. Contact Clemson Libraries' Instruction Coordinator Anne Grant with any questions.

More plagiarism tutorials:

"How to Recognize Plagiarism: Tutorial and Tests"

via Indiana University, School of Education

"Beyond Plagiarism: Best Practices for the Responsible Use of Sources"

via University of Michigan, Sweetland Center for Writing

Literature Reviews

Log-in to our:

"Conducting A Literature Review"

self-paced, non-credit course designed for everyone, especially Clemson students;

6-module activity, via Clemson LIbraries.

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