Finding information for your reflective journal
For this assignment, you need to find relevant references to support your reflective journal.
Remember to read all the information on your course website related to your assessment to understand exactly what you need to do.
Before you start researching for your journal entries, use the following resources to understand what reflective writing is:
Tip: Even though these resources feature examples from different contexts, use them to get a feel for the writing style and depth of reflection.
Each of your reflections will require you to find supporting evidence within the scholarly literature.
To find out more about what makes something scholarly (academic) watch:
Before you start searching, plan how you are going to approach each search for scholarly information. Do this by:
1. Identifying key concepts within your topic or question
2. Using a mind map or table to brainstorm concepts and ideas
The concepts you think of will form your search strategies.
To build a search strategy, you need to connect your concepts. Learn how here:
Here is an example using the Library Catalogue:
For more help searching watch:
Need help referencing? Follow the roadmap!
The Referencing Roadmap (Harvard) shows you how to reference using the Harvard-UniSA style.