The types of information sources you use to find facts, figures and data, will differ from those that provide an overview/introduction to a topic, which in turn will differ from those sources which provide up-to-date and in-depth focus on topic and the type of information you choose to use will change depending on the question you are trying to answer. Therefore, when literature searching, the three main things to consider are:
Using a resource that has been designed to help you find the type information you require will save you time, as your results will be more relevant.
Below are lists of EGIS resources by subject, to help you find journal articles, but also other types of information.
The key resources have 'Best Bets!' listed at the top. These are are our two largest abstracting and indexing databases (Scopus and Web of Science) and our two largest platforms (Discovery and ProQuest), plus other recommendations for your subject area.
Note: the 'best bets' for you will be dependent on your area of research - take a look at the full list, or get in touch if you have any questions.
**these lists are currently being updated and may not yet have all the relevant resources listed **
Please get in touch if you have any questions/need advice on resources:
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