Which information-retrieval channels should you use to find out, where to find the journal “Ethnography and education”?
Which information-retrieval channels should you use to find out, how much every university student’s meal is subsidized?
Which information-retrieval channels should you use to find out, what research has been carried out about chemilumescens?
Consider in which primary information sources the newest scientific or academic information is most readily available.
for example Helka database
Internet search engines, e.g. Google
Subject-specific scientific databases
The latest scientific information is published for example in the following sources: a) Research reports that research projects may publish even during the project. The reports are usually published in the report series of the department or organisation that carries out the research; b) Articles reporting research in scientific or academic journals. However, getting the article approved, and the peer review process with its checking and possible corrections take a surprisingly long time, so by the time it is published, the article is usually at least one year old.