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Best practice in finding information for University course work

This session is particularly suitable for final year undergraduates and taught postgraduate students.  Only EPS students should attend this session.

Have you been told to find more suitable "academic" or "peer-reviewed" material to use in your assignments? Do you have to undertake a literature review? Have you tried searching for good information online (i.e. you've Googled it) but think there must be better information out there? If you still haven't found what you're looking for, then this session outlines good practice to help you get the authoritative information you need and will point you to some subject specific resources and search tools.  Materials from the Workshops, including PowerPoint Slides and handouts, can be accessed through the Organisations section on Vision.

Date:
Thursday, February 7, 2019
Time:
12:15 - 13:15
Location:
Anderson Room, Edinburgh Campus Library
Campus:
Edinburgh Campus
Audience:
  All Welcome  
Categories:
  Finding and Evaluating Information  
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