Guidance for your 'Finding the Evidence' assignment using PICO.
Tips on the Harvard UTS referencing stye and using Zotero. This guide has been designed for MDSI students.
Guide on how to find academic literature for students in 96030 Introduction to Professional Practice (Orthoptics)
Hi and welcome to the guide for the subject 54098 Becoming Australia, this is designed to help familiarise you with useful tools and resources to use in assignments, as well as provide you with tips and tricks.
Below are a number of tools that are going to make your university life much easier.
The Assignment survival kit will take you through each step of your assignments and break down all the necessary components.
This study guide contains key resources for aboriginal studies. It contains recommended databases, journals and media resources. Click on a tab to find relevant resources.
Welcome to the Clinical Theory and Clinic Level 1 study guide. This guide has been prepared to help you find information for your Clinic Assessment Task 1: Adverse events in Chinese medicine, and reference your sources correctly.
The guide has been structured as three key activities:
Welcome to the Chinese Medicine Foundations 1 study guide. This guide has been prepared to help you find information for your assignments, and reference your sources correctly.
This study guide has been structured to connect you to openly available resources that may assist for each 'cluster' in your subject.
Welcome to the Energy Science and Technology study guide. This guide has been prepared to help you with preparing your peer reviewed journal article.
The guide has been structured as four key activities:
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 has been prepared for helping Insearch Academic Communication (FEN002) students find various resources for their assignments.
This guide will look at where to find drug information
This is a study guide for students enrolled in 31266 Introduction to Information Systems.
These guides provide an introduction to key resources available for Biomedical Engineering. The Library has a wide range of both electronic and print materials including books, databases and journals.
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.
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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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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.