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Websites are strong resources for newer buildings, especially in terms of drawings and models, but for older buildings they might not provide as much info. And even if you get a good website about a building, with drawings and such, its nice to supplement that information with an academic resource.
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There is a lot of really useful information for this subject in book form. Books tend to be general in focus, and are especially good for building up knowledge on a subject from a low base.
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The research process
Inforrmation searching is a cycle - you search and find, you read, you search and find again based on what you’ve read. This graph is not a bad representation of it. This process all takes place in a limited space of time of course. No one has an unlimited amount of time to research and read so effective searching is important.
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How do I find the EPAA? (Environmental Planning and Assessment Act)
This guide takes you through the steps necessary to search for cases via our legal databases.
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This study guide has been designed to help students in Change Management 21827 locate sources for Assessment Task 1: Group Case Study and Presentation.
You'll find tutorials and search tips on how to find journal articles and books, how to use the Harvard UTS referencing style and tips on writing case studies and giving presentations.
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This study guide has been designed to help students in Buyer Behaviour 24710 locate credible and appropriate sources for the group assignment.
You'll find tutorials and search tips on how to find journal articles, edited books and also how to use the Harvard UTS referencing style.
This is a study guide for students enrolled in 31266 Introduction to Information Systems.
This is a study guide for students enrolled in 32144 Technology Research Preparation. It will look at searching databases, finding company and industry reports, and include links for information about using EndNote, writing, and avoiding plagiarism.
This Study Guide aims to help you find Library resources to assist you with your study in this foundation subject of the Master of Data Science and Innovation program.
This study guide has been structured to connect you to openly available resources that may assist for each 'cluster' in your subject.
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This study guide has been designed to help students in 49016 Technology and Innovation Management locate sources, write business reports and reference using Harvard UTS for Assignment 1: Innovation at Procter and Gamble.
This study guide contains Library resources that will be helpful for Journalism Studies students and tells you how to use them for your research. The tabs in this guide show different resources that are useful for finding news articles, research methodologies and mindmapping.
This study guide aims to summarize the resources the library can offer for 58111 Reporting Sound and Image. The following tabs show resources that are useful for finding newspapers, radio and television programs, as well as integrating data and data visualisation into your work.
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