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Arts dissertation Library help
A collection of guides designed to help you find the information you need for your Arts dissertation.

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Business_selecting key discovery tools for business research
A guide on where to search for the types of information you may use in your research, including: ~finding research handbooks, textbooks and monographs ~search engines and databases for finding journal literature in business research, including academic and practitioner articles ~finding high quality journal literature and links to citing papers and related literature (Scopus and Social Sciences Citation Index) ~Business databases for finding journal literature ~databases for business news and analysis ~databases for company information ~databases for economic and demographic data ~databases for market, industry and market research data ~databases for video, business cases and research methods ~specialist databases subscribed by the Business School ~finding grey literature (working papers) ~advanced searching on Google ~Google Scholar settings

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Dissertation toolkit for business students
A collection of guides to support your business dissertation research, including how to get started, effective search techniques, selecting the best databases and search tools for the types of information you need, finding secondary data, and evaluating information sources for relevance and quality.

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Education - selecting key discovery tools for education research
A guide on key search tools and databases for education students doing dissertations or research projects. The guide includes information on: ~ finding textbooks, research handbooks and research monographs ~ finding journal articles ~when to use a search engine and when to use a database ~ multidisciplinary research databases (Scopus and Web of Science) ~subject-specific databases for education research ~overview of ERIC, BEI, Professional Development Collection ~searching for journals in the library collection ~Google - advanced searching ~Google Scholar settings ~getting material outside of the library collection ~links for EndNote software downloads and training guides

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Searching Google and Google Scholar settings for UofG students and staff
A guide on searching Google and Google Scholar settings for students and staff, including: ~the Google index and how Google searching works ~Using search operators for more focused searching – from the basic search screen and the advanced search screen ~Site searches for targeted searches to find government, charities, organization or academic documents ~File type searches to find policies, reports, journal articles, statistics and data ~Filtering Google search results ~Google Scholar settings – linking to full text ~Citation settings for EndNote Desktop and EndNote online users ~Saving items for export from Google Scholar to EndNote ~The Google Scholar button

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