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HIP100 Research Skills Guide: Home

INTRODUCTION

Welcome to the HIP100 Research Skills Guide.

This guide was made for you by Library staff at Charles Sturt Library. It should introduce you to finding and using scholarly resources, and help  with Assessment Item 3 (Essay) in HIP100.

You will also need to work through this quide in order to answer the Library questions in Assessment item 2 - Online library and academic skills quiz.

It is structured in five main sections:

  • Getting Started: topic analysis; finding readings; sources of information; and search techniques
  • Using Primo Search to find known items and information on a topic
  • Using Databases to find journal articles and related material
  • Other Sources including the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare and Google Scholar
  • Evaluating information you have found for your assessment
  • Writing and Referencing.

You can work through this guide at your own pace, or dip into it as needed. You can use the navigation structure (tabs and boxes), or the Next Page and Previous Page links.

If you need further assistance, please contact me, or the Library, as in the box at right.

Wishing you the best for your studies.

Tim Eggleston
Information Services Librarian, CSU Library

Help from a Librarian

You can contact me directly for assistance, Tim Eggleston - teggleston@csu.edu.au

OR you can contact the Library: