1. Title search: If you have been directed to locate a specific article, use a title search. In this instance you will use the title of the article. select the 'Title option' from the drop down menu and type in the correct title.
Common title? Add extra information (e.g. author's surname), or try the Advanced Search.
2. Topic search: enter key terms such as: "children's literature" australia
Use double quotes to search for phrases e.g. "children's literature"
Keyword search example:
To refine your search:
If you have found a useful article, look at:
3. Want a particular journal?
4. Library Databases: for either the full text to an article/document or the reference and abstract
Try one of these key databases in the field of Education.
Or try one of these Multidisciplinary databases.
What do you do with all those references you have found?
The Library Catalogue and most databases allow you to save your references, and also export them into EndNote. Look at the Help feature within databases for more information.
Need help with referencing?
Look at the Referencing webiste for Referencing Styles, or ask a question via the Referencing Forum.