Use curated collections to help sift through online sources

man typing on a laptopDo you ever struggle to plough through online resources?

Do you want hints and tips on how to know which ones to select?

Rather than randomly Googling, our academic colleagues recommend you use sources like the Tate and the Baltic who provide curated collections, often with a linked commentary or information.

This helps you whittle down what you’re searching for and what you’re reading. You could also use our helpful checklist for evaluating sources of information.

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