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Management: Finding literature for your studies

1. Designing a search strategy

A search strategy helps you to clarify and focus your search so that you are not overwhelmed with irrelevant results.

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2. Article Search

The Article Search searches across all of the Library's full text journal subscriptions. 

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3. Accessing Subject Specific Databases

Subject specific databases allow you search a collection of subject specific journals so you are focusing your search from the beginning.

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4. Searching subject specific databases

While most databases search in a similar way, each can have it's own peculiarities.

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Further help and training

Your Subject Librarian will work through any or all of the above elements with you. If you are a student or member of staff at Queen's Management School or the School of Social Sciences, Education and Social Work, please contact Norma Menabney via email n.menabney@qub.ac.uk or phone 028 9097 6233