Developing your research
Once you’re started on your research you’ll soon become aware of the wealth of resources that are available to you. A simple check of the Library catalogue or a quick Google search will only take you so far. There are lots of other options.
Firstly take a look at the variety of resources the Library can offer with notes on why you might find them useful.
Then, if you’re taking your research to a higher level, look at our Research pages particularly under ‘For academic and research staff and PhD students’.
There is more detail on some specifics in these guides and page:
- Determining if you’re looking at an Academic Journal or Popular Magazine
- Check out the Subject Pages for your area of research which have pages linked under ‘find articles’ with links to and descriptions of specialized databases.
Additional, more general, specialized resources:
- Our Visual Culture page provides a good range of audio and visual resources.
Next: Academic Reading