The InfoSkills Toolkit self-paced modules will teach you the basics of searching for information, from working out what search terms to use and how to use them, to evaluating your sources and referencing them in your assignment.
Other people who can help and support you throughout your course include:
JCU Library subscribes to some excellent databases to find information for Archaeology. Click on the Key Resources tab for a complete list including articles, books and ebooks and video. We recommend getting started with the following:
One Search quick search
Find articles, books, book chapters and more - use One Search to search through everything the library holds.
The InfoSkills Toolkit is a self-paced training tool to help you understand what is needed to unpack your assignment question, work out the keywords for your research, find good quality sources and reference them appropriately.
There are four modules, and you can work through them in order, or jump straight to the part you need. Come back to the guide whenever you need a refresher on basic searching skills.
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