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Anthrozoology: Finding and using library resources

Online tutorial introducing you to the skills and techniques needed for effective library research

As part of your studies you will have various tasks and assignments that require you to work with the library resources.

It is easy to be overwhelmed by the sheer breadth of information available, and you can waste time if you look in the wrong place.

Before you start, you should consider three key questions:

 

  1. What sort of information do I need?
     
  2. Where should I look for information? 
     
  3. How can I search effectively so that I find relevant materials for my research topic?

Then you can start using the library research tools to find high quality, relevant information to assist with your assignment.

Use the menu to work through this guide and get in touch via the Getting Help section if you need further support. 

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