You will need to find credible information for all of your assignments. Knowing how to do this effectively will save you time.
Watch this short video (2m:26s) to get tips on planning an effective search.
You're required to use academic references in your assignments and the Library Catalogue is a great place to find them.
Search the Library Catalogue to find relevant journal articles, books, and other resources in the collection.
To do a search, try using:
Tweak your results using the filters on the left hand side of the page to:
Take a 15 minute tutorial to sharpen your skills and Learn to Search the Catalogue.
Business Source Complete provides information covering all areas of business including accounting and finance; banking; finance and insurance; construction; computer science; economics and more. Includes country economic reports as well as detailed company profiles.
This is an example of an Advanced Search using Business Source Complete.
You can refine your results (Publication Date, Peer Reviewed, etc.) using the filters on the left hand side of the results screen.
Google Scholar searches academic or scholarly sites, rather than the whole internet like a regular Google Search. For more information on Google Scholar, have a look at our Searching for your Literature Review Guide.
By accessing Google Scholar from within the library website, you will be able link directly to articles that the Library has access to by clicking on the Full-text at UniSA link.
Example Google Scholar search: "cultural tourism" sustainability
If you're not familiar with reflective writing as an assignment task, this video (2m:14s) can help you understand what's required.
This short video (4m:07s) introduces you to case studies - what they are and how they're used.
See the following links for more on case studies:
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.