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The range of information sources available for complex searches In the following sections we work through the range of resources available to you. This guidance will be particularly useful for postgraduates working on a doctoral thesis or undertaking a systematic review. As Wade et al. (2006: 92) noted, ‘information retrieval is an essential component of the systematic review process, analogous to the data collection phase of a primary research study’. 2: •• •• •• •• •• •• Library catalogue. Digital library/electronic library.
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