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The research process has a number of stages. The four this guide focuses on are:
Plan | Search l Evaluate | Record
Most people ignore planning and jump straight into searching, yet planning is essential for effective searching. As part of the planning process consider:
Watch - Think. Plan. Discover. Why Keywords Matter for tips about choosing keywords and searching for information (1 min 30 sec).
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Is your information relevant or reliable? Not sure whether to use the information you have found? There are some simple ways to evaluate your results.
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The Library collection also includes many resources on academic writing and study skills - example search