Your choice of topic determines where to look for information, which sources to choose and how to search.
If you need scientific information, you have to use scholarly books and journals. If your paper has a popularized touch, you can use magazines such as Time, Newsweek, Der Spiegel, among others. If you are looking for brand new topics, you can use newspapers or the Internet.
In this module you will learn:
- Which available information sources exist
- How to choose the most appropriate information sources for your topic
- What kind of tools you need to find each information source
In SubjectVIKO you can find the information sources available on your topic or study program.