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Once you have completed a topic analysis and brainstormed some keywords you are ready to start looking for information. There are lots of information sources and many ways to find them using CSU Library.
CSU Library has a large collection including over 60,000 online journals and more than 100,000 ebooks. Watch the video tutorial below to learn more about sources of information.
Use this source to:
Get an overview, introduction, and/or background on a topic
Get in-depth information about a broad topic
Access the latest research and ideas on your topic
Learn about varied perspectives on a topic
Examine a topic in very specific detail
Get the latest current affairs and business information
Investigate public attitudes to topics and issues
Locate reports and documents from government, academic, or professional organisations
Find background or introductory information
Familiarise yourself with the topic
(e.g. dictionaries, encyclopedias)
Find factual and statistical information on a topic
Get an overview of a subject
Use subject specific resources to decipher the "jargon" of your topic
*Source type includes both hard copy and online versions of the source (for example, books includes both hard copy books and ebooks).