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ACC514 Research Skills Guide: Use Web Resources

Web Resources

You will need to research from a range of sources for your assessment task and below are some websites that are listed in your Subject Outline and may be of interest. Use the Library's Primo Search and databases to find newspaper and journal articles, but you could also try Google Scholar. Don't forget to evaluate any information sources you use.

Web Resources for Company and Industry Information

AnnualReports.com Links to company websites listed on the following exchanges: AIM, AMES, ASX, LSE, NASDAQ, NYSE, OTC, TSX, TSX-V

Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) provides access to key statistics about a range of Australian industry.

Austrade  - The Australian government trade commission for Australian exporters and information for companies wanting to do business with Australia.

Australian Industry Group (Ai Group) - Australian industry association provides access to some free online resources such as economic outlook reports.

Australian Stock Exchange ASX Find market data and information about companies listed on the ASX.

Department of Industry, Innovation and Science - Government Industry Reports including: Advanced Manufacturing, Automotive, Biotechnology, Building, Metals and Construction, Defense, Space etc.

KPMG Australia Consultancy firm that conducts and publishes industry market research reports and may be available in full text on their website.

NSW Department of Industry - provides access to reports including economic reports, annual reports and industry profiles

Professional Publications

Using Google Scholar

Google Scholar allows you to locate resources such as articles, theses and books.

Unlike Primo Search, which is set to search the Library's holdings only, Google Scholar searches beyond Charles Sturt University Library and will include resources that are not available to you.

Set up Library Links to access the Library's online resources using these instructions.

Google Scholar

Google Scholar Search