UTS Library

92848 Facilitation of clinical learning

Library Workshop

We will cover:

  • Identifying keywords for your topic
  • Finding books using the Library catalogue
  • Using Find Databases to identify relevant databases
  • Using Google Scholar
  • Using ProQuest Education Journals
  • Using PubMed 

Finding Books and Articles

HeadsUp: these short videos will show you how to find books and articles using the Library's catalogue and databases.

Recommended search tools and databases:

Referencing

Students will be using the Harvard UTS Style for in-text citations and also to create a reference list.

The Interactive Harvard UTS Guide provides full details on how this works.

Here are some more videos to explain how referencing works:

 

Academic Writing Tools

Grammarly: online grammar and plagiarism checking tool. Free for UTS students and staff. Create an online account to begin.

Study Skills: guides on academic writing, grammar, presentations and more.

Google Drive: free online platform for creating documents, spreadsheets and presentations. Documents can be shared with anyone at UTS or outside the university. You can also store files like you would with Dropbox. 

 

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