Please refer to your course outline for full assessment details.
You may want to search news sources to find information on your project. You can search for newspaper articles in the Library Catalogue and a range of News databases.
Finding a newspaper article using the library catalogue:
Library Catalogue results automatically exclude newspaper articles, but you can add them back in to your results after searching.
After you have searched use the Tweak my results options on the left hand side of the screen to find newspaper articles. Under Resource Type select Newspapers search.
Finding a newspaper article using a database:
Alternatively you can search in News databases. The databases listed below contain both Australian and international content:
More information on finding newspaper articles from both Australia and around the world can be found in the News Media Subject Guide.
The Library Catalogue can be a useful starting point in locating academic references. It is like a search engine which searches across the Library’s collection of print and electronic books, DVDs, journals and theses, together with journal and newspaper articles from numerous databases.
To do a search, try using
At the results list you can:
To learn more about using the Library Catalogue complete this 15 minute interactive tutorial.
You can search databases to find quality journal articles on your topic. To find which databases are best suited to your subject area, go to the Database subject list, and select the > next to the Business and Management heading. For this course choose the Finance databases.
Most databases have a limiting feature which will allow you to retrieve items published within a particular year or year range e.g. 2013-2018.
Business Source Complete is a large international database which includes many premium peer-reviewed, business related journals and indexing and abstracts for the most important scholarly business journals, dating back as far as 1886.
Content covers the areas of finance, accounting, economics, international business, management, marketing and tourism. It's also a good source of company information.
Just enter your keywords into the search box to start searching.
You can limit your search to retrieve only peer-reviewed articles by ticking the scholarly/peer reviewed option. You can also limit your search by date range.
Google Scholar searches only within academic or scholarly sites, rather than over the whole internet like a regular Google Search. For more information on using Google Scholar, have a look at our Beyond Google for your Research Guide. Click on the images below to learn how to use Google Scholar effectively.
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.
You also need to understand the requirements of your assignment. The Student Engagement Unit has created a suite of resources called Study Help that can help you understand different assignment types.
Have a look at:
Harvard UniSA referencing resources and guides
Use the Harvard UniSA referencing system as explained in the UniSA resources.