|Source||When to use|
|Reference Material||Reference books, such as
directories, etc provide a starting point for your research. Many of these items are available as
Reference material provides:
|Books||In addition to the print collection of books, an increasing number of e-books are becoming available through the UWS library. Books provide:
|Journals/newspapers||Journals/newspapers (often referred to as serials or periodicals) are published on a regular basis, such as daily, weekly, monthly or quarterly. Journals are a useful source for new research and current information. Most journal titles are available online through the UWS library. You will need to use one of the many databases accessible through the library's web page or use Library Search box.|
is an electronic document available via the Internet. A group of related, interlinked pages is called a Web site. Some web resources are available free of charge, particularly those published by public authority, whilst others are subject to a fee.
Finding information on the Internet can be easy or very difficult as there is so much information of varying quality.
Use web pages to: