Researching For Your Studies
Randall Meyer Stanford University
Bad research = bad results! To get the best marks, you need to use the right information sources.
Use the links below to learn more about:
- Sources for academic study
- Putting together a successful search strategy
- Evaluating information
- Referencing your sources
- With these skills, you will be information literate
|To find details of the exact location and availability of books in Barnsley College and UCB collections, use Heritage Catalogue.||
When you are researching a topic, the best way to find academic articles is to search online collections of ejournals. All students have access to databases subscribed to by the College via ATHENS. Please note: you need to be on campus to set up an account. Ask at UCB Library helpdesk for details.
|Helen and Cherie are your Study Skills assistants. They can help you with academic writing, referencing, researching and much more! Contact details and links to useful information can be found on the Study Skills website. You can also contact them on 01226 216 884.|
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