How to Find Information 1) The information gathering process 2) The skills required 3) Defining the subject 4) Defining the purpose and scope of the ...
How to Find Information 1) The information gathering process 2) The skills required 3) Defining the subject 4) Defining the purpose and scope of the research 5) Setting up and getting started 6) Plan of campaign 7) Making the most of a library 8) Finding information about existing research 9) Access to information about research 10) Indexes and online databases of research activity 11) Research Councils UK and other funding bodies 12) Theses 13) The type and detail of information required 14) Types of information 15) Primary and secondary sources 16) Multidisciplinarity and subject overlap 17) Defining the area and limits of the research 18) How much information is appropriate? 19) What is already known? 20) Planning an information finding strategy 21) Discovering relevant materials 22) What are abstracts and indexes? 23) Online bibliographic databases 24) Issues relating to online databases 25) e-Books 26) Catalogues and bibliographies 27) Open access materials 28) Other sources and types of information 29) Selecting sources relevant to the subject 30) The online searching process 31) The online searching process 32) How to plan a search strategy 33) When to run the search 34) Evaluating the results 35) Saving the results 36) Completion of the search 37) Citation searching 38) Citation indexes 39) When to stop 40) Electronic citation searching
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