Finding Relevant Titles in a Sea of Peer Reviewed Literature - Advice from SVP #highered

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 Fossils of edmontosaurus from the Hell Creek formation (eastern Montana).
Anyone who has ever spent time doing research knows how much literature is out in the world, and there is more and more available to us every day. Guest blogger Dr. Darin Croft shares his techniques to keep up with the Society of Vertebrate Paleontology in the "Old Bones Blog." In it he recommends scheduling time to read the new titles that have been published to inputting citations into Endnote as you go.