During your time at university, your ability to independently find, evaluate, and use scholarly information will be key to producing high quality work. Techniques such as identifying relevant keywords before you start searching and taking good notes as you read can help you manage this process.
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Referencing software - 4 steps to Refworks
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Document Supply - How to use Document Supply
Ebooks - Ebook licenses
Research - Digital Library
Research - Discover: advanced searching
Research - Discover: finding the full text of articles
Research - Discover: how to do a basic search
Research - Google search tips
Research - How to evaluate a resource
Research - How to use Credo Reference
Research - How to use Google scholar
Research - Using different types of Information
Research – Using keywords
Reservations - How to find and reserve books on the library catalogue
Subject guides - How to access your Library subject guide
Referencing - How to use 'Cite them right' online
Referencing – Refworks: an introduction
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