Click on the link above then search for readings by typing in the subject code or subject name. Your readings may also be linked in your LearnJCU subject site.
If you are having trouble accessing readings remember there is more than one pathway available to you.
Click on the link above then search for past exams by subject code.
Past exams are not available for all subjects.
The first thing to consider when searching is what you need to find. To do this, you should define your topic.
|anatomy & physiology
See more about identifying keywords and synonyms.
Need help with defining a term or topic? Credo includes a range of health and medicine related dictionaries, encyclopaedias, handbooks and more related to biomedical sciences, including Black's Medical Dictionary.
When evaluating your results, you should consider the following questions.
What is the intended audience?
Is the content biased?
How accurate is it?
How current is the information?
You can also use the Cornell Method Template to critically read and analyse the information contained in the articles you find in your results.
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