For Assessment one you will need to write an essay based on the topic provided to you. Please see your course outline and course site for the full assessment details including the format requirement for the Essay.
For the Essay you must find a minimum of SIX (6) academic journal articles
This assignment help has been created to assist you in finding academic references to support your essay.
Before you start searching you should:
This video (2 min 26 sec) will guide you through this process.
Learn more about searching with the article (PDF 276 KB) below:
It is a good idea to compile a set of alternative search terms for the key concepts you identify in your question. A table or mind map can be useful for this.
For the example 'Exploring the experience of guest 'privacy' using the Hotel Babylon TV series', the following search terms might be used:
|accommodation||experience economy||patron privacy|
You can then conduct your searching through combinations of these words:
accommodation AND "experience economy"
|hospitality AND experience AND "guest privacy"|
|You have been asked to find a minimum of SIX (6) academic references:|
Academic references can refer to scholarly sources or peer reviewed (refereed) sources. These can include journal articles, books, book chapters, reports and other sources. To find out more about academic references, look at the resources below:
Tip: When searching in the library collection you can filter your results to show only 'peer reviewed' journals
The Library Collection can be a useful starting point in locating academic references
Use Refine my results on the left hand side to refine your search by:
Google Scholar searches only within academic or scholarly sites, rather than the whole internet. By accessing Google Scholar from within the library website, you will be able to link directly to articles that the library has access to by clicking on the Full-text at UniSA link.
Once you have started searching, you can access the Advanced search option. Advanced searching give you more flexibility with your search.
Click on the hamburger menu (top left of the Google Scholar screen) then select Advanced search).
Business Source Ultimate is the world's definitive scholarly business database, covering all things business.
An example search in Business Source Ultimate
Tip: Similarly to the library catalogue, you can use the Limit To filters on the left hand side of the database to refine to peer reviewed journals and select a publication date range
Emerald: insight is an excellent source of management and business information. All content in Emerald is peer-reviewed.
See below for an example search for "experience economy" AND "hospitality"
Now that you have done your research it is time to put all of your information together.
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What do you do with all those references you have found? Use a bibliographic management software to store, organise and cite your references.
There are many free systems available. The Library supports the bibliographic management tool EndNote. For more information, see the EndNote guide.