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Current Topics in Biology: Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus

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Following are four (4) ebooks available through the BU Andruss Library for this course. If off-campus, login at the prompt using your Single Sign On (SSO used for BOLT & email). Best viewed with IE or Firefox. (In Firefox make sure that 'Use Adobe Acrobat' is selected. Go to Options > Applications > Portable Document Format > select drop down 'Use Adobe Acrobat').

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Enter your keywords followed by the command site:[domain]. For example, if your topic is on bleach as a disinfectant, then you might type into the search box: management of diabetes in adults site:gov


Use Google Scholar to refine your search terms while locating scholarly journal articles and books. On campus, click on the links for FullText@BloomU or More>CheckAvailability@BloomU to view the full-text. If off-campus, enable the Settings > Library Links > Bloomsburg University to obtain access to full-text. 

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