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Science Communications 1000 & GeoScience Communication 1002: Apps and websites

Apps & mobile resources

Mobile Phone Smartphone App by geralt 

Mobile apps can be a useful study resource either as study tools or to find and view library content.

For more information visit our Apps & mobile resources guide.

The Library and the University have also produced a variety of apps for study:

Google Search Tips

Include the word site to search for information within a specific top-level domain such as .org, .gov etc.

Examples: wind farming site:gov.auresearch development

You can also search for information within a single website.

Example: mining boom

Find related pages by including the word related.


For more search tips visit our Google and Google Scholar LibGuide or Google Help.

Try the Advanced Google Search!

Google Scholar

Search for scholarly literature across many disciplines and sources.

If you are working off campus, once you have your search results:

  • Go to Settings
  • Go to  Library Links located under Search results, search for 'Curtin'
  • Select 'Curtin University - Find It @ Curtin'
  • Save Preferences

    Useful websites

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    About websites

    Not all the of the information you find on the internet is accurate, up-to-date and reliable.

    It is important to evaluate your information before you decide to use it in your assignment.

    Ask yourself:

    - how relevant is it?

    - is it current and up-to-date?

    - is it published by a reputable author or organisation?

    Watch our video on Evaluating Information to find out more.

    Always check the URL of a website to determine what type of site it is:

    .edu or .ac : an academic institution, e.g.

    .gov : a government body, e.g.

    .org : a non-profit organisation, e.g.

    .com or .co : a commercial body or company, e.g.

    .net : an internet service provider, e.g.

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