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Research: Introduction

Credits

Some of the information on this guide has been copied and/or modified from  Melbourne University Beginning Research libguides.

Quick tips

  1. Plan how you will tackle the research.
  2. Identify possible resources to use such as: journal articles, books, newspaper articles, or websites.
  3. Locate resources in the library and online.
  4. Evaluate the resources you have found critically.
  5. Document the details of the resources you use.

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The Research Cycle

This guide will help you with the Research Process

Use the tabs at the top of the page to navigate through the guide.

Why can't I just google it?

This video has been created by LaTrobe University Library. Although it addresses university students, it is just as relevant to us (although we are not always looking for peer-reviewed articles, but we are always looking for authoritative information.)