Are you not sure where to start with your assignment? There are a few steps you can follow to gain a better understanding of your assignment question and to find keywords to start researching your topic.
This document provides guidance on how to develop keywords and how to develop a search strategy using the keywords (make sure you have a look at the example on page 2).
Where to start? Even if you require scholarly material (articles and books) for your assignment, Google is a good place to start your research. Use it to get an overview of your topic and learn the relevant language.Then use that language to search using other tools. Each search tool is useful for different purposes.
A--Z Databases allow you to target searches of all the journal articles available via the Library
Change your settings so that Find it @ CDU links automatically appear within Google Scholar in your search results:
1. Click the three horizontal lines (top left) then go to Settings (the cog at the bottom of the list)
2. Click Library links
3. Type in Charles Darwin University and click the search button
4. Tick Charles Darwin University - Find it @ CDU
If you use EndNote, under Bibliography Manager, select EndNote
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Charles Darwin University Library links automatically appear when you searchon campus.