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Introduction to e-resources How the UL can help you find what you want on the web
You might want to … Find books and articles on your reading list Carry out a literature search for your dissertation Stay up-to-date with research in your field Manage the information you find
1. Finding specific items E-journal articles E-books
Start here …
Find your subject area
CrossSearch for e-journal articles
2. Doing a literature search Browsing for background information Searching for published work about an author or topic of your choice Degree of academic rigour
Explore your subject
Thinking about your topic Napoleon OR Nelson (either name) Napoleon AND Nelson (both names) Napoleon NOT brandy (excluded word) “Napoleon Bonaparte” (as a phrase)
Thinking about your topic Trafalgar = naval OR sea OR maritime OR marine = battle OR conflict OR combat OR action …
Sample databases http://wok.mimas.ac.uk/ www.scopus.com or via www.lib.cam.ac.uk/electronicresources/www.lib.cam.ac.uk/electronicresources/
3. Staying up-to-date Saved searches Citation alerts
Get the most out of Google
4. Managing your information www.delicious.com (save and tag URLs) www.zotero.com (reference management) EndNote or EndNote Web (via WoK)
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