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Different resources are useful for finding different types of information.  Scholarly articles are best for recently published research, and books and reference material are good for developing your underlying knowledge of a discipline. Developing a basic knowledge of your topic first could help you to understand articles more easily.

Click on the links below for more detailed descriptions of when you'd use different resources, and for useful examples of each for your discipline.

When you're beginning your research on a general topic:

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Multimedia resources

When you'd like to find the most recently published material on a specific topic:

Databases containing scholarly articles

When you'd like industry news or current affairs information:

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