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Discover a range of guides designed to help you find resources with ease and improve your research and study skills.
This how to guide covers how to create a citation that contains the information required to identify sources (published or unpublished items such as a books or journal articles).
This how to guide covers preserving and maintaining data to actively assist with making it accessible to others.
The data organisation section of the data management how to guide covers file transfers and remote access, file synchronisation, collaboration and revision control.
This how to guide covers government, discipline specific and major Australian repositories where existing datasets can be found.
This guide covers how to find and access electronic books in the ANU Library catalogue and e-book databases
This how to guide covers how to use EndNote to create and manage records and using EndNote in conjunction with Microsoft Word.
This guide by Clarivate Analytics provides a large range of learning materials, including instructional videos, class notes and other written material for the EndNote user.
This guide will equip you with the skills needed to find a vast range of books and other materials using the ANU Library's online catalogue.
This how to guide will help you use scholarly journals to find relevant journal articles and enhance and broaden your existing knowledge of a subject
This how to guide will help you find the ANU, Australian, and international theses and dissertations you need to further your research.
This how to guide covers tools for citation tracking and measuring the impact of journals and counting mentions on social media sites and other web sources using a tool called Altmetrics.
This how to guide covers training and support, how to create and backup a project, add sources and code data. It also covers classifications, attributes and queries.
This guide by La Trobe University provides a large range of learning materials, including navigation tips and terminology for the NVivo user (also includes NVivo for MAC).
This guide explains what ORCiD is; how to get one; how it is being integrated into ANU systems and suggestions on what you can do with your ORCID to enhance your research profile.
This how to guide will take you through the steps to formulate a search strategy, starting with deconstructing and brainstorming your topic, through to considering truncating or combining search terms.
This guide is for off-campus users to ensure Google Scholar is set up to includes links to material held in the ANU Library's collection in your search results.
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