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CIVE 2002: Construction 2 - Assignment 3

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Group report and presentation

Before you start, read the assessment instructions available on your learnonline course site.

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Planning your search is key to getting the most out of your search results. The following video will help you get started.

 Video Length: 2:26

   Key points from the video
  • Searching for your whole assignment is not very effective
  • Identify the key concepts in your question or topic
  • Think about what other words (similar words or alternative terms) might be used to describe the key concepts
  • Connect your concepts using AND and OR
  • You can change your search as you find more information
  • Searching for your whole assignment is not very effective
  • Identify the key concepts in your question or topic
  • Think about what other words (similar words or alternative terms) might be used to describe the key concepts
  • Connect your concepts using AND and OR
  • You can change your search as you find more information
   Read: How to plan your search

The rest of this page will outline the key steps for planning your search as discussed in this video: identify keywords, consider alternative keywords, connect your keywords as well as understand assignment types and copyright.

Useful databases and resources

Report writing help

For more information on assignment and report writing see the Student Engagement Unit Study Help pages.

Teamwork and communication skills

Information on group assignments can be found on the Study Help support pages.

The LinkedIn Learning database contains many videos on teamwork, how to be a good team member and leading and working in teams and how to communicate effectively online.

Oral presentation help

For more information on doing oral presentations see the Student Engagement Unit Study Help pages.

Here are some helpful videos available through the Linkedin Learning database on oral presentations. You will need to login to access.

Check professional practice

   Working with Aboriginal communities

This resource has been prepared for students working in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) to assist with developing professional skills to work with purpose and sensitivity across cultures.  The principles involved in working with Aboriginal communities presented here, are fundamental to working effectively and respectfully across ALL cultures.

Navigate to Indigenous Content in Undergraduate Programs University webpage

Find resources designed to inform your professional practice when working with and for Aboriginal communities:

Engineering, Science, Mathematics, Construction, Information Technology and Aviation

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