Online Information Resources
You have access to millions of information sources for your assignments, even with the closure of the physical library collection. See below for hints and tips on the different types of online information you have access to.
There are 400+ online databases which provide access to peer-reviewed journals, newspapers, plays, literature and primary source documents. Select the link below to view.
Hint: Use the topic filter in the A to Z list to filter the list of databases to your topic area. Filtering databases by type can also be very handy.
How to find online information sources
Read - and watch - on to learn how to find the different types of online information you can access while studying online.
Written by academics for an academic audience.
Identical content as printed books, just in electronic format.
Government reports, conference papers, statistics, standards and many other types of information not published in books or journals.
Most likely not peer reviewed.
Find Grey Literature using our guide.
Statistics is a collection of mathematical techniques that help to analyze and present data. Statistics is also used in associated tasks such as designing experiments and surveys and planning the collection and analysis of data from these.
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- Finding resources for your assignment
- Creating effective search strategies
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