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Welcome to the Libguide for Planning a search strategy.
Before you start searching for information in electronic databases, it's always worth spending some time thinking about your search terms before you begin and how these will be combined. This process is known as devising your search strategy. You can then apply this across all of the databases you use.
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Struggling to find information for your research? Work through this short interactive tutorial to learn hints and tips around improving your search skills
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