If you're looking for some relevant websites to support your studies some of these might be useful -
Google Scholar is a search engine that allows you to search for more academic content on the web. You can use it to track down journal articles, book details and more. You can set it up to show you which results you can access via a Solent University library subscription.
Link to full text content from Solent University Library
This will tell you if the Library has a copy of the article for you to read or not. To set this up on your device:
OFF CAMPUS: You must check the access information for each article via the Is It @ Solent screens and login to view.
Send reference details to RefWorks
Set up a link to 'Import into RefWorks' for each result in your list. To set this up, go into the menu, select Settings and in the 'Bibliography Manager' section, select RefWorks and save.
There are some tips you can use to improve the results.
Look through all the results - the top one might not be the best for your research although Google will try to give you the most relevant one first there are many other factors to be taken into account.
See Google's help pages.
Try some modifiers to type in your Google search box to refine your searches and get better results
Exact phrase searches - use "quotation marks" around phrases to get results that include the exact phrase
Looking to define a word or phrase - type define: and you will get links to definitions to your word or phase
Type Allintext: then your word(s) to search for word(s) in the text only
Allintitle: to search for multiple words in the title
Intitle: to search for single word in the title