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Business Studies: Introduction

INTRODUCTION

Welcome to the Bachelor of Business Studies Research Skills Guide for the offshore pathway program.

This guide was made for you by a Librarian from Charles Sturt University Library. It is designed to make your research process easier.

We will cover the best way to:

  • Plan your search strategy and find keywords for your assessment topic. These subjects from the Bachelor of Business Studies course are cover specifically:
  • Find scholarly information using the Library resources
  • Evaluate information that you have found
  • Write your report using the information that you have found

Remember that research may not always follow a particular order of steps. Dip in and out of this guide, using the tabs along the top, throughout your studies.

If you need help with anything library or research related, contact the library.

And for a look around the online library and to see all the resources that are available to you, check out our Getting Started With Your Library modules.

Wishing you the best for the study ahead.

Lorraine Rose

Charles Sturt University Librarian

Help from a Librarian

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Other Resources

Have you seen our Library Resource Guides?

They provide links to key resources in your subject area and you can use them throughout your degree. Recommended guides for you are:

Accounting

Business and management

Company and industry information

Economics and Finance

Marketing

Project Management

Accessing textbooks through the library

We have many textbooks available as eBooks through the library. Sometimes access is limited as there may only be several viewers allowed at one time. We recommend browsing the eBook and saving the pages you require then exiting to allow others to view. If you try to access an eBook and are unable to open it, wait and try again later.