Using the Library for Research Anderson Room, Monday 26 February, 2007. 8 students. You are: MSc Urban Real Estate Management & Development, Dip/MSc Housing, MSc Urban Regeneration (full time and part time) I’ll talk to you about Using the Library for Research, as part of the “Research Methods, Evaluation and Information Sources” Module, co-ordinated by Ya Ping Wang and Delia Lomax. This presentation is available at: http://www.hw.ac.uk/library/sbe/library2007.ppt
WELCOME Using the Library for research Roddy MacLeod [email_address] Ext 3576 http://www.hw.ac.uk/library/sbe/library2007.ppt
Discuss your topic with your supervisor for their starting points.
Look at any information already found as it may lead to further material.
Decide how comprehensive the search will be. Everything on your subject? - Go through each of the sections in How To Find Out guide. Or can you exclude some sections and types of material?
Look through guide and decide which are best sources for you.
General sources are normally listed first. Always read explanations
Think about your search profile - the keywords, related terms, etc.
Keep systematic records , follow the advice in: Taking References
Journals Journals Journals Journals Journals Print-only journals available in HW Library Print and e-journals available in/from HW Library E-journals available from HW Library Journals not available in/from HW Library. Obtain articles via Inter Library Loans or try another Library 100 c1,000 5,000 150,000+
TechXtra – cross-search articles, books, the best websites, the latest industry news, job announcements, technical reports, technical data, full text eprints, the latest research, teaching and learning resources, etc
Cyburbia – the urban planning portal
SAPLING - Architecture, Planning and Landscape Information Gateway