November 01, 2011

Creating a search strategy

This Thursday, 2pm in the Library Training room on floor 2 will be the first of our literature searching workshops on the Research Student Skills Programme here at Warwick: http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/services/skills/rssp/workshops/researchskills/i1r/

One of the things we cover is the importance of being organised in thinking of your keywords and the variations you might use, as a researcher. I'm embedding a template document that we have adapted as an example of one way to keep track of these, which is a handout from the session.


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