This assessment requires you to provide two critical reflections based on the two hypothetical case situations supplied on your learnonline site.
This assignment help will assist you to write critical reflections and to find academic references to support your report.
Please see your course outline and learnonline site for full assessment details.
If you're not familiar with critical or reflective writing as an assignment task these resources may assist you in understanding what is required.
Watch this video this video (2 min 15 sec) to learn about reflective writing
Before you start searching you should:
Using a mindmap or table can help you brainstorm and organise the concepts and ideas you may want to explore in your searching.
Here is an example table:
|Concept||Synonyms or alternative keywords|
making products and delivering services
This table is not comprehensive. Once you start searching you may come across more keywords, so you can edit your table to include or exclude some terms.
Learn more about searching:
|You must attribute every assertion made in your argument to the relevant source(s)/reference(s). Each answer should have at least TWO academic in-text citations|
APA 7th is the referencing style for this assignment.
Academic references can be referred to scholarly sources or peer reviewed (refereed). These can include journal articles, books, book chapters, reports and other academic sources.
Wikipedia, lecture slides, YouTube, ChatGPT or other non-academic websites are NOT considered academic sources.
To find out more about academic sources look at the resources below:
The Library Collection can be a useful starting point in locating academic references.
An example search in the library collection:
You can refine the results of your search. From the results page, on the left-hand menu, use the Refine my results options to narrow your search. Options include:
To learn more, explore the following resources:
Google Scholar searches only within academic or scholarly sites, rather than the whole internet. By accessing Google Scholar from the library website, you can see articles that the library has access to by clicking on the Full-text at UniSA link.
Click on the Google Scholar tab and enter your search terms into the search box. Here is an example of a search:
On the results page, you can filter your results from the left-hand menu.
Watch the video: Why use Google Scholar? (2 min 13 sec) to find out more.
Business Source Ultimate is the world's definitive scholarly business database, providing the leading collection of bibliographic and full-text content.
Try searching using different variations of your concepts and keywords until you find relevant results.
See below for an example of a search:
The Emerald: Insight database covers subjects including management, human resources management, and marketing. You can search through books, journals, and book series volumes. All content in Emerald is peer-reviewed.
From the Emerald: Insight home page, select Advanced search (underneath the search box in the middle of the page).
The Advanced search page will appear. Select Journal articles to view peer reviewed articles. You can add more rows to your search to add other search terms, and you can modify your searches by selecting a date range.
See below for an example search:
Now that you have done your research it is time to put all of your information together.
Watch this video (2 min 53 sec) on report writing:
What do you do with all those references you have found? Use a bibliographic management software to store, organise and cite your references.
The Library supports the bibliographic management tool EndNote. There are also many free systems available.