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Referencing & Academic Integrity
These Web pages provide a range of video and tutorials on accessing and using research tools, networks and Web resources.;
The following guideline provides advice on research-related issues such as copyright, open access, assessing journal impact and data protection and links to E-Books on a wide range of research skills.
During your studies you will need to review literature available for your subject, assignment or final written project. The process of reviewing library resources is called the Literature Review and is important when planning ayour final Thesis or Dissertation.
This video provides an overview of online Theses and Dissertations databases and other digital sources provided by the Library for locating digital theses and dissertations and citations for locating printed works.
Receive alerts on new Articles and Research using TOCS alerts.
These pages have been created to develop your Library skills. When you have viewed the materials provided you may wish to try the Self Assessment activity.
This tutorial provides a series of interactive activities such as fill in the blank, matching and ordering questions, you can use this tutorial to learn about Library platforms and test your knowledge.
Evaluating the impact of an individual author, or journal publication can assist you in selecting the most relevant and important source material for your own academic writing and research.
The H index can be accessed in databases such as SCOPUS to view author research impact.