I need to conduct a literature search. Where should I start?

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I need to conduct a literature search. Where should I start?

Postby d67a9y » 04 Sep 2009, 16:00

Have a look at the recommended resources on the 'Subject information' page relevant to your department. To begin looking for articles, we recommend using one of the bibliographic databases suggested for your subject.

The 'Finding information: tips on searching' web pages give advice on planning your literature search and effective search techniques. If you need further guidance, the Liaison Librarian for your subject will be happy to assist: their name and contact details can be found on the information page for your department.

For more information:

http://www.dur.ac.uk/library/resources/subject/

http://www.dur.ac.uk/library/using/finding/
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Re: I need to conduct a literature search. Where should I start?

Postby Guest » 13 Oct 2009, 15:30

How do I find out who my subject librarian is?
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Re: I need to conduct a literature search. Where should I start?

Postby wbqt83 » 13 Oct 2009, 15:34

You can find the librarian for your subject by visiting
http://www.dur.ac.uk/library/resources/subject/

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