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Information can come from many different places...books, journal, magazine, news articles, websites and social media to name a few.
It's good practice to include a variety of information sources when you are gathering information for an assignment. This shows that you have researched your topic thoroughly and have evidence to support your writing.
A good start is to find some information from
- journal or magazine articles
And remember, don't rely on one source only.
Top Library Resources for Rural and Agribusiness
GMIT Library Collections for books, ebooks, journal articles and more
ScienceDirect for scence and agriculture journal articles and conference proceedings from International sources
Businesspost.ie for articles from Ireland's leading Business News source
Business Source Complete for international business journal articles, case studies and book chapters
Use the tabs on the left to make the most of the information the library provides for rural and agri students including:
- Finding appropriate print sources including books, journals, theses
- Searching online sources including ebooks, online journals, online dissertations
- Searching databases
- Referencing & citation
- Library support & training
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