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A useful starting point is to look at the subject pages produced by your faculty librarians to see the range of information sources available to you on your topic. This will include bookstock, journal articles, newspapers, reports and, possibly, statistical information. To search for printed material, such as books, you should carry out a keyword search on the Library Catalogue and for online material you should search our databases and electronic journals. You might also want to consult our collection of dissertations and theses produced by former Ulster students – you can search for these from the Catalogue using the drop-down menu to select the ‘Theses’ sub-catalogue.

If you have any difficulty finding information or if you need help in using our resources please contact one of your faculty librarians/ Subject team on your campus to arrange an appointment.

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