Some useful websites for you include:

While much of the content on the internet is inappropriate to use in your scholarly and professional lives, there is specific information that you will need to source from the web.

For example, demographic statistics can be found through the ABS website, while legislation and regulations are available through the Commonwealth and state government websites.

Here are some tips for searching the web effectively.

Google Scholar tutorialopen in new window | text version

Advanced Google Tutorialopen in new window | text version

You can view more in-depth information and interactive tutorials on Google Scholar [USQ authenticated users only] and Google Advanced Search [USQ authenticated users only]. 

Want to make your google search even more specific? Check out further Google search tips provided by Google. 

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