Building an effective search
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|Course:||RDF: Information Literacy Skills for Researchers|
|Book:||Building an effective search|
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|Date:||Thursday, 20 January 2022, 10:31 PM|
1. Building an effective search
Building an effective literature search can be broken down into three discrete steps.
You should think about recording your component searches (i.e. the individual searches that make up your overall literature search) in a systematic way: whether you use a notebook or an electronic storage method, recording results captures essential details and saves you repeating work.
Contact the Teaching & Learning Support Team if you need help building a literature search: Contact the T&LS Team