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What is Data.SA?

 Data.sa helps you locate openly licensed data.

There are datasets available from local government authorities, South Australian Government Departments and other public sector bodies.

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The Library subscribes to over 400 databases, many of which are business and management related.

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Referencing and Academic Skills

Jason Grant 'Roadmap to referencing', January 2013 [Image source: UniSA Library]

Need help referencing? Follow the roadmap!

What do you do with all those references you have found?  The Library has two bibliographic management tools that you can use to keep your references in order and all in the one location. 

The Library supports two Referencing tools:

Watch Manage your references - tools that can help you, decide which tool is best for you and then get started. 

Need advice on writing or presenting? Not sure how to organise your ideas? Study help can help!

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The Library collection also includes many resources on academic writing and study skills - example search

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