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JST301 Research Skills Guide: Home

Introduction

Welcome to the JST301 Research Skills Guide.

This guide is designed to make your research process easier.

Focusing on:

  • Finding keywords for searching
  • Using the internet and journal databases
  • Evaluating the information you find
  • Writing and Referencing information, including EndNote

If you need help with anything library or research related please get in touch with the library.

Good luck with your studies

Yasmine Hall
Charles Sturt Librarian

Search skills demonstration

Library eTexts

There is a companion website for your Newburn textbook. Check it out for multiple choice quizzes, review questions, flashcards, links to author Twitter and Facebook pages, plus more!

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