The Info Skills Road Trip has been retired, and is no longer being used or updated.
We have a new suite of self-paced modules to help you get onboard with research at university!
Go to the InfoSkills Toolkit to get tips and advice to unpacking your assignment question, finding resources, evaluating what you find and referencing your sources.
A Research File can be a notebook, a Word Document, a folder or an EndNote library — whatever works best for you.
Keep everything to do with your assignment in the same place — photocopies of book chapters, journal articles... Use a list of links and details to keep track of things that can’t be physically kept together (like URLS and good search terms used in databases).
>> ALWAYS note the details you will need to write your reference list — don’t think it will be easy to find them again later <<
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