Finding readings


Your lecturer may provide links to reading material in your Interact site. Otherwise, use the research tools below to find suitable resources for your study.

Primo Search

Use Primo Search to:

  • Find readings listed in your Interact site, if no link is provided
  • Find eReserve readings by entering your subect code (eg. MGT100)
  • Search for eBooks, journal articles and other online resouces.

Enter your search terms, and then use the options on the left of the results screen to find online resources or narrow your results.

Journal Databases

Journal databases are collections of journals, articles, conference papers, reports and more, generally arranged by subject. 

Go to Journal Databases or try some of the apps on this page.

 

Google Scholar


Use Google Scholar to search across many disciplines and locate resources such as articles, theses, books, and more. It allows natural language searching, forgives spelling errors, and helps to find related and citing material.

You will need to set Scholar preferences to access most of the resources through the CSU Library subscriptons.

Google Scholar Search

 

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