UTS Library

Research Week 2019 - Best Practice for Literature Searching

Tue, 5 February, 2019
1:00 PM to 2:30 PM  Add to calendar

Location: 

  • Level 4 - Room 4.k
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To complete a thorough literature search on your topic, you need to develop a great search strategy. Learn how a systematic approach to searching can help you to find resources on your topic more efficiently. This hands-on workshop will show you how to:

  • Think about the concepts and keywords
  • Identify databases for your topic 
  • Structure your search terms to find relevant results 
  • Modify your search strategy when things go wrong 
  • Save your searches 
  • Locate highly cited articles in your area 
  • Use Interlibrary Loan and Bonus+ to request resources 

You will also have the opportunity to select a discipline-specific workshop. Please bring your own laptop. 

REGISTER HERE VIA EVENTBRITE

 

Presenters: 

Business & Humanities

Sean Riley and the accessibility team, keeps UTS Library open for everyone! He also works very hard liasioning with staff and students from Business and Law. 

Sophie Herbert supports the School of Design, Animal Logic Academy and Jumbunna Institute for Indigenous Education and Research.

 

Science & Technology

Rebecca Dale is our in house data librarian who also helps out with the Sciences and Technology team!

Jing Li is an Information Services Librarian and she is with the Science and Technology team. 

 

Health

Helen Chan is the angry librarian responsible for leading the Science and Technology team at UTS Library.