Let's review what we have covered
Why should you use a journal index?
What are the common characteristics of a journal index?Search Stategies
How to choose search termsUsing a Journal Index (General Science Abstracts)
What is a keyword search?Using a Journal Index (Web of Science)
Based on your experience searching General Science Abstracts and Web of Science, what is true about journal indexes?
Which segment of a citation is used in searching the catalogue?
Can you identify a scholarly journal?
Are popular journals useful as reference sources?
Are all full text articles found in a database suitable for your research?
Pick the best search strategyUsing the Catalogue: Advanced Search
Finding Books from Citations
Locating Books by Call Number
How to find call numbers in the stacks
Which of the following is the recommended Web search strategy?
Who publishes on the web?
What are the major differences between search engines and subject directories?
Can you evaluate a Web site?
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