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How do I find the EPAA? (Environmental Planning and Assessment Act)
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
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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.
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.
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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:
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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.