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Research Cycle Guide: 3. Discovering information

Databases

A good place to start your searching is on the Libraries' multidisciplinary databases. Here are some that you can try:

Cited reference searching

You can extend your research by doing a cited reference search. The video below shows you how to do this in Scopus. You can do something similar in Google Scholar.

Remember...

...to check the works cited at the end of any document that you have found particularly relevant and useful.

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