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Welcome to the
LES101 Research Skills Guide.
This guide was made for you by a librarian from CSU Library. It should help you with:
developing a search strategy from a research question
the techniques and skills needed to search effectively for resources
Assessment Item one in LES101 (the Library task, and Disciplines in leisure essay).
It consists of five main sections:
Getting Started: help with topic analysis, interpreting citations, identifying sources of information, and searching
Using Primo Search to find known items, and information on a topic
Using Journal Databases for further searching for journal articles and other similar material
Using Other Resources: Google Scholar and the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
Evaluating and using the information you have found for your assessment.
You can work through this guide at your own pace, or dip into it as needed. You can use the navigation structure (
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Wishing you the best for your studies!