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Searching for Printed Books
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Searching For & Reading E-Books
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The Library is pleased to announce the addition of the following database effective Wednesday, 1 July 2020.
Proquest Education Journal Collection  

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Step 1Develop your topic
Let's assume that you have settled on a topic and have gotten your supervisor's approval. You now need to further refine your topic and proceed to identify sources. Start off by stating your topic as one or several specific questions e.g. you need to find out about strategic planning and the marketing process in organisations. One of the questions posed will be "is strategic planning necessary to achieve organizational goals?" Identify the key phrases and keywords in your question. These will be words or phrases that describe your topic generally and your research(s) in particular. In the above example some of the keywords and key phrases will be strategic planning, marketing planning process, organisational goals, organisational mission, tactical planning etc. Keep track of all your keywords as they may be handy later on. As you proceed, you will discover which words produce more results.

Use Boolean operators (OR, AND, NOT) to connect the concepts and keywords which you have identified in your search topic. It will help broaden (increase) and narrow (decrease) the search results.

Refer to Step 3: Use the Library catalogue, the section on Using Boolean Searches for tips on how to use Boolean operators. Expect the list to grow as you proceed in your search for the "right" results.
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Step 1:Develop your topic
Step 2:Find background information
Step 3:Use the Library catalogue
Step 4:Search MyDigital Library
Step 5:Find information on the World Wide Web (WWW)
Step 6:Review and evaluate your sources
Step 7:Cite your resources using a standard format
January-February 2020  
November-December 2019
September-October 2019
Berita Harian                 Business Times
Guang Ming                    Kwong Wah Yit Poh
Malay Mail                      Nanyang Siang Pau
New Straits Times       The Star Online