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The Information Cycle: Several months

This Guide explains how a range of information sources become available over time, following a major event like the London Bombings on 7 July 2005

Several months later

(Slide from: Makselon, J., 2011. Locate information, The research process for extended essay. Tanglin Trust School, unpublished.)


A few months after an event there will be conferences and meetings which will discuss what happened and the issues surrounding it.

You can click on the image above or the link below to access the BBC website.  Click the link "Watch Tony Blair's briefing in full" to see Tony Blair (who was Prime Minister of Britain at the time of the bombings) talking about the bombings at the Labour Party Conference in 2005.

Journal articles


This scholarly article was published in the Lancet in 2006.  Numerous scholarly articles have been written on the London Bombings in the months and years following the event.

If you want to find scholarly articles on a topic, a great source is our EbscoHost database.

If you type "London Bombings 2005" in the box below you will see a huge number of articles that have been written on this topic.

EbscoHost database

   We subscribe to two databases that contain thousands of full-text journal articles.  The databases we subscribe to are EBSCOHost and JStor and they provide a brilliant way for you to find those references that will really make your work stand out from the crowd!

   Use the search boxes below to search EbscoHost.  If you are not in school or if you are using a laptop you will need to enter a password which you can access by logging in our portal  'Senior Firefly' service or ask a librarian


Research databases