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Tips for searching for and accessing online materials
For each search:
1. Use good keywords to build search strings that will retrieve relevant documents containing all the aspects of your topic. Use the asterisk (*) to truncate words, use quotation marks (" ") to force a phrase, and use OR with parentheses to group synonyms and AND to separate different concepts.
Here is a search string you can use and modify in the searches you do:
(covid* OR coronavirus) AND (women OR gender) AND ("global south")
2. Evaluate your list of results. Ask yourself is what I've found:
recently published, so is likely to include up-to-date information?
written by credible authors who are experts in the field?
presented in a balanced way, or if it is biased, it is clear how I might use it as an example/counter example in my paper?
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These news aggregators carry publications such as: The Economist, The Financial Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Guardian, The Times (London), The New York Times, and The Washington Post. Use them to search these and other news sources from around the world with one search.
News, business magazines, trade journals, newsletters, and television and radio transcripts. Coverage: 1970s - present. Varies by publication
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