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Literature Review & Research Skills Guide: Where to search

Where to search

You will need to think about where you might find information about your topic. Subject specialist journal databases, library catalogues, video collections, specialist library collections, online resources and print material may need to be searched to unearth research papers in your chosen field. You can always discuss where and how to search for information with your librarian or archivist. Colleagues and supervisors may also provide useful suggestions.

Please use the following links for more information regarding the use of these specific resources: