Start by searching the following:
If you know the name of a journal, enter it in the Library Catalogue and select the Title option. Here are some in the collection:
It is important to evaluate the articles/papers you find to make sure they are of a high quality. Sometimes you will be asked to use peer reviewed journal articles. See the following video and brief "How to" guide for help.
The Library catalogue - the Library's search tool. Find information on any topic from journals, conferences, books and more.
Library databases - search tools that index literature such as articles, papers, reports, books chapters and more. Find full text material, or the reference and abstract only.
Is the article peer reviewed? See the guide How to find peer reviewed journal articles (2 p.)
Make a list of key concepts that relate to your topic
Combine these keywords using the search connectors OR, AND
OR: combines similar keywords - quality control OR quality assurance
AND: combines different concepts - project management AND quality control
Use this symbol * to find word variations e.g. strateg* will find strategy, strategic etc.
Use double quotes for phrases "project management"
Search example: "quality control" OR "quality assurance"
For more help try some of the short Library guides below:
Note any subjects terms given in the Library Catalogue or database records.
Found a relevant article? Look at:
This information may be useful when doing further searching.