you can search both electronic and printed materials acquired to UEF Library. As default: Library´s collections (books, e-books, journals, databases etc.).
Also articles: "search on international e-material".
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LINKS TO THE MOST IMPORTANT DATABASES
Business Source Elite (Ebsco; scientific articles)
Scopus (multidisciplinary; scientific articles)
Web of Science (multidisciplinary; scientific articles)
TIPS How to combine your keywords (with Business Source and Scopus examples)
TIPS Too few results, too many results, no results (how to modify your search)
RESEARCH METHODOLOGY GUIDES
Handbooks in Economics Series (Elsevier)
PUBLICATION FORUM SEARCH (JUFO portal, Julkaisufoorumi)
- The three-level classification of academic journals, book series, conferences and book publishers.
- "Level 1 includes peer-reviewed publication channels that are specialised in the publication of scientific research outcomes and have an editorial board of experts of the discipline. The majority of all publication channels are classified as Level 1 which is the basic level."
- "The Levels 2 and 3 are awarded to a limited number of academic journals, conferences and book publishers of the highest level and impact as judged by the Expert Panels. They are mostly international publication channels..."
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INFORMATION RETRIEVAL COURSES
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How to find a journal impact factor (IF)
How to use RefWorks reference management sofware
How to use electronic resources remotely (outside UEF networks)
Why full text does not always open and what to do then
What are open access publishing and open science
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