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Business_Getting started with literature searching
~The literature review – how it contributes to planning your literature search/search strategy ~How searching works – how records are retrieved ~Generating search terms (keywords) - ways to identify relevant search terms ~Where to start…Library Search (and how it compares to Google Scholar) ~Some search examples – how to create a search query ~Useful features of Library Search – value added features to help with evaluating search results and finding related literature (research hacks to find papers) ~Locating previous dissertations

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Education_getting started with literature searching
A guide for students doing a dissertation or research project. Guide includes information on: -The literature review – how it contributes to planning your literature search/search strategy - How searching works – how records are retrieved with different search techniques - Generating search terms (keywords) - ways to identify relevant search terms - Where to start…Library Search (and how it compares to Google Scholar) - Some search examples – how to create a search string - Useful features of Library Search – value added features to help with evaluating search results and finding related literature (research hacks to find papers) - Locating previous dissertations

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Searching - keywords and controlled vocabulary
This is an introduction to using keywords and controlled vocabulary for searching. It gives advice on how to generate relevant keywords - using your existing knowledge; from key textbooks, handbooks and research monographs and from published journal articles. It includes screenshots as examples. The guide introduces controlled vocabulary and its advantages in searching.

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Searching - tips for effective searching
A guide to searching. Explains the main search operators to use for effective searching: Boolean operators AND, OR, NOT; phrase and proximity searching; truncation and wildcards. Introduces field searching and provides screenshots as examples. Gives advice on how to build a search using operators and keywords with examples. Provides advice on using citation networks (reference lists and citing literature) to find relevant material.

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