Keep in mind that some (but not all) of your references must be 'academic sources'. The following video explains what this means:
Now that you are clear on the task, brainstorm some terms you might want to search for and think of synonyms too.
Here are just a few examples of keywords:
You can search using your keywords and you can also combine them using the following tips:
Try mixing and matching keywords to search in the Library Catalogue:
To find academic sources:
On the left of your results page, you can tick the box to limit to 'Peer-reviewed Journals':
and then click the button to Apply Filters:
You can also apply other filters such as date.
To find non-academic sources:
You can use the menu on the left to filter to various formats. One option is to limit to only Newspapers:
Alternatively, you can go into a newspaper directly and search within that publication. See the News Media Guide for more.
In addition to searching the Library Catalogue, you can also have a look in these resources:
Now that you have done your research it is time to put all of your information together. Remember that there are specific formatting requirements listed on your LearnOnline course site.
Watch this short video (approx 3 mins) for tips on how to write a report or access the overview document at the bottom of this box.
Referencing Roadmap (Harvard)
Help with the Harvard UniSA referencing style. Find in text-citations and reference examples, from different sources such as articles, books & chapters, websites, and more.