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BIOL 3114 Genetics (BA): Home

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The primary mission of the Library is to support the educational, research, and outreach objectives of the University by:

  • organizing and providing access to information resources, both on-site and through remote access, and
  • promoting the necessary condition for their effective use, organization, and maintenance.

Its secondary mission is to provide the same services to residents of the Eastern Oklahoma region.

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Library contact info:

John Vaughan Library (Tahlequah)

NSU Broken Arrow Library


Welcome to the Genetics LibGuide!

Use the above tabs to navigate through the variety of resources available through the library and/or online.

If you have any questions, comments or suggestions, or if you wish to set up an individual (one-on-one) consultation please use the information on the right to contact me (phone or email would be the best options). You can also do email reference or set up a research consultation by using the Ask a Librarian link below.

Learning Objectives

At the end of this library instruction session:

  1. The student will be able to access relevant database resources and identify the differences between them in terms of access and content.
  2. The student will be able to identify services available through the library.
  3. The student will be able to understand the benefits of utilizing Boolean logic when searching.
  4. The student will be able to utilize filters for limiting their search results.

Useful Information

CLASS DESCRIPTION: Students will investigate basic principles of genetics including classical transmission, molecular, and population genetics. Lecture and laboratory. Prerequisites: BIOL 1011, 1013, CHEM 1123, 1131.

Below are some general links to resources you may find useful.

Broken Arrow Librarian

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Tom Rink
NSU-BA Library
3100 East New Orleans Street
BALB 134
Broken Arrow, OK 74014
(918) 449-6457 (office)
(918) 449-6454 (fax)
Website Skype Contact: tom.rink