Your Indigenous hub of information and resources.
Academic Skills team provide help with APA referencing.
Now searching for:
You can find more relevant information by creating an effective search strategy.
When you first start searching, you may end up with too many results, or results that aren't relevant. There are techniques you can use to find better results more quickly.
If you learn how to use these techniques with your keywords, you'll be able to control your searches and find exactly what you're after. They work best in databases and Primo Search.
You can find examples of how to use these in our guide.
See our Primo Search Help Guide
Find more resources by footnote chasing and citation searching.
Use the reference list of an article to find additional resources for your research.
Find additional resources by locating articles that have cited your chosen resource.
You can either enrol in one of our workshops or watch a recorded session.
Contact one of our friendly staff if you need help.