The UI Annotated Bibliography is a searchable database containing a representative, non-exhaustive, and expanding set of materials relevant to interventions that diversify science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields. The UI Annotated Bibliography contains material primarily from the scholarly literature, and includes articles, book chapters, and other types of publications. Users can search the database to find material of interest, view the list of obtained citations, and print the obtained records. Users who have access to the academic databases can see the abstract or full-text of documents by clicking the hyperlinks. More detailed instructions on conducting searches will be available soon.
a. To begin, provide text for at least one of the search boxes (e.g., type of publication, author, year of publication, keyword, title of publication).
b. If desired, turn the abstract function on by clicking the “SHOW ABSTRACT” button.
c. If desired, sort the results of your search by selecting from the criteria in the “SORT BY” box.
e. Clicking the hyperlinked title will lead users to a website where the abstract and/or full text of the publication can be viewed (assuming the user is affiliated with an institution that facilitates access).
f. If desired, use the PRINT function to print the search results.
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