Check out the EndNote guide for help managing your references!
Head to the How To Guides for videos, interactive tutorials and handouts about:
The main concepts in your question form the foundation of your search:
To cover the range of terminology used in the literature, you must also identify any synonyms or similar keywords for each concept:
Once you have your list of terms for each concept, you can combine them to create a search strategy. Combine these keywords using the search connectors OR & AND.
OR: combines similar keywords - sustainable OR renewable
AND: combines different concepts - sustainable AND engineering
Use an asterisk * to find word variations e.g. engineer* will find engineer, engineering, etc. Use double quotes for phrases such as "civil engineering".
Search example: "sustainable" OR "renewable" AND "engineer*" AND "community development" OR "community engagement"
Head to the Managing References guide to access:
- Referencing Roadmap (Harvard)
- Bibliographic management software e.g. EndNote
- Referencing help for various referencing styles
- Referencing forum
For information please refer to the Course Outline.