For Assessment 1, you are required to write four short reflective pieces. Each piece will reflect on specific content within the course. Each entry requires you to bring together:
For full assessment details please consult your course outline.
Typing your question into Google or the Library catalogue is not the best way to search.
Mapping out your search can be a good place to start:
Wondering whether information you've found is academic, scholarly or peer-reviewed? Wondering where to find this type of information? Check out the below video on scholarly sources:
If you're not familiar with reflective writing as an assignment task, this video (2m:14s) may assist you to understand what is required of you.
The following links may also be of assistance:
As well as relevant readings and the text book, you may want to find other sources. Before starting your research ask yourself these questions:
Some keywords examples:
What other keywords can you think of?
For more information about keywords and searching see our guide below:
This video (3m:17s) will help you evaluate resources to see if they are appropriate for your assessment needs.
Need assistance? Help is available! For help with presentations and writing reports see the following resources created by the Student Engagement Unit found from within the Study Help guide.
Visit the Course Study Help guide if you need more help with improving your academic skills and referencing.
Need help referencing? Follow the roadmap!
What do you do with all those references you have found?
Use a bibliographic management software to store, organise and cite your references. The Library supports the bibliographic management tool EndNote. There are also many free systems available.
Watch Managing Your References or have a look at the Managing References guide to decide which tool is best for you and then get started.