Welcome to the Cell Biology and Genetics study guide. This guide has been prepared to help you with your poster assignment due at the end of first semester.
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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.
Hi and welcome to the Design Thinking 85503 guide, which is designed to help you find information for your assignments this semester. First a couple of things you'll find useful across all of your subjects:
You will be attending a Library workshop during tutorial time between Monday 3 March and Monday 7 April. The Library workshop will cover how to:
Hi and welcome to the Ideas in History guide, which is designed to help you find information for your assignments this semester. First a couple of things you'll find useful across all of your subjects:
The Assignment survival kit will help you to manage your time and guide you through the basics of each stage of writing your assignments.
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This study guide has been designed to help students in Insearch BABC001 locate an appropriate text for the Assessment 2 Report.
You'll find tutorials and search tips on how to find articles and also how to use the Harvard UTS referencing style.
What does LEGENDcom contain?
The LEGENDcom database is produced by the Australian Government, Department of Immigration and Border Protection.
LEGENDcom is an online database of migration and citizenship legislation and policy documents. It is an essential resource library of these materials.
LEGENDcom contains current and historical versions of the following:
Use the UTS Library catalogue to find books. Just type in Sydney and the subject you're interested in eg Sydney history
994.41 is the number to browse for books about Sydney, they're on level 5. There are many books spread throughout the collection on specific aspects of Sydney too.
Use BONUS to find books in other libraries (it's free!)
This guide is intended to help students of Sustainable Urban Development find information to for their assignments more easily and efficiently. If you would like any amendments or additions to this guide, or just have any questions generally do contact me - email@example.com / 95143390
This guide has been created to help students studying 16234 find information for their course. It is structured into a table of resource descriptions and links you can follow.
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Core readings, exams and textbooks for 16234 - click on the link to access the resources nominated by your lecturer for your course.
This guide was designed to assist students to find the relevant materials they'll need to read up on in the course of the semester.
A lot of those resources are legal documents, which can be quite tricky to negotiate, so we thought we'd build this guide to help you. Contained in the guide are various how to's ...
How do I find the EPAA? (Environmental Planning and Assessment Act)
These guides provide an introduction to key resources available on Traditional Chinese Medicine for students in the School of Medical and Molecular Biosciences. The Library has a wide range of both electronic and print materials at both campus libraries including books, databases and journals.
This guide has been constructed to touch on the various resources that might be useful in helping you complete your research proposal assignment for Research Methods 16238. It covers what a reserach proposal is, what types of information are out there, both freely and via the library's holdings, and finally what you might use those information resources for.
The Research Proposal
Data vs. Statistics
Data is the raw information (usually numbers) from which statistics are created. Statistics deals with gathering, organising, analysing and presenting quantitative data. Statistics helps us turn data into information. They are used in everyday life in areas such as government, healthcare, business, and sport.
We use statistical information to:
This guide provides links and tips to the material covered in the library workshops. This guide is sorted into headings for different types of resources - subject resources & books, journal articles, industry information and referencing. Guide by email@example.com / 95143390
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