Use your Student number and password (yyyymmdd) to access previous question papers.
The library page will automatically detect Off Campus users and will thus prompt for your Novell Username ( student no. or staff no.) and Password ( Date of birth - yymmdd, full id no. or passport no.) when required.
Prescribed textbooks are kept in the short loan section at level 5. Short Loan is a collection of books and photocopies that may be borrowed for a very short time - usually just for few hours or maybe overnight! Click on the PDF icon below to view the list of short loan titles, alternatively search via uKwazi.
How many books may you borrow out with your student card?
Where to find books for your subject
|child development||155.4 and 305.321|
|Psychological research methods||616.8914|
Credo Reference Service helps researchers build context by providing background information and key terms enabling more efficient research.
Boolean Operators ( AND, OR, NOT )
Join concepts: adolescents AND teenagers
Synonyms: alcohol OR substance
Excluding words from your search: risky behavior NOT community violence
Phrase searching: "..." ( inverted commas )
" risky behavior "
Truncations: * at the end of a word or within a word
adolesc* search for adolescent, adolescents
behavi*r search for behaviour, behavior
to enclose search strategies will customize your results to more accurately reflect your topic
( substance abuse OR alcohol abuse) AND risky behavior
not return substance abuse or alcohol abuse when risky behavior is not mentioned
("substance abuse" AND "alcohol abuse" ) AND ("sibling" OR "brother") AND ( risky behavi*r AND "parent support")
Find out if article have been cited by other authors.
Help to find more recent papers.
Indicate the importance of a piece of research.
Help to make your literature review more comprehensive.
Google Scholar and SCOPUS help with citation searching
Use PICO as tool to analyze the parts of your question.
|people who exercise||warm up before exercise||no warm up||injury prevention|
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