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Journal articles & search strategies

Research strategy guide

Journal ranking and impact

Electronic Resources

Getting the full-text of an academic article

Know the name of the journal? Use the Journal Search to search for the library's journal holdings.

Finding quality information sources involves more than simply searching Google. Peer reviewed and scholarly journal articles available through the Library's electronic resources should form the bulk of your research.

Peer reviewed articles are more authoritative than scholarly or non-academic articles. They can be found by choosing the 'Peer-Reviewed' only options in Library Search and individual library databases such as Ebsco or Proquest.

Another useful place to search is the Australian Business Deans Council master journal list.  Search within high impact journals on your topic.

All the electronic resources can be accessed off campus. When accessing the resources off-campus you will be prompted to sign in using your Bond  IT account: Use your student ID number as your username and your Bond IT password.

We also recommend installing the Libkey Nomad browser extension on your personal computer to simplify full text access via the Library's subscriptions, or open access versions. 

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Business publications online

MBA research guide