For this course you need to find and evaluate professional and academic literature to support your reports and reflective journal. Use this assignment help to save yourself time and find relevant material.
Remember, explore the other pages in this Subject Guide for further help and always refer to your course outline and website for your assessment details.
Academic Search Premier
APAFT - Australian public affairs full text
Library, information science & technology abstracts
academic library • academic libraries • university library • university • universities • higher education • tertiary education • librarian • librarians • academic librarian • information professional • reference interview • reference services • reference help • reference question • communication • online technology • technology • online • chat • email • instant messaging • virtual • virtual reference • reference software • Internet • World wide web • digital • electronic • body language • non verbal communication • non verbal cues • synchronous reference • asynchronous reference • information literacy • digital literacy
Once you have your keywords use the connectors AND and OR to form search strategies. These are used in the Library catalogue and databases to help you find relevant results.
The following is one example of a search strategy:
virtual OR chat OR telephone
academic library OR university
Remember to use truncation (*), wildcards (?) and phrases (" ")
where appropriate. E.g.:
librar* finds: library, libraries
behavio?r finds: behavior, behaviour
"academic library" finds: academic library as a phrase rather than as two separate keywords
Library catalogue search examples:
Academic Libraries have: