Sociology: Help

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Study Support

Need advice on writing or presenting? Not sure how to organise your ideas? The Study help: online resources hub has tools to help you with your Assignments and succeed at university!

Other study support tools:

Studiosity, offers an ‘online classroom’, where you can chat with a learning adviser. The associated 'Check Mate' service helps with English, writing and referencing.

LinkedIn LearningTeach yourself with LinkedIn Learning. LinkedIn Learning is an online library of high-quality instructional videos on the the use of the latest software, tools and skills, with over 4,000 courses.

The Student Software and Apps page allows students to access a range general and course specific application software on personal devices including desktop computers, laptops, tablets and smart phones, wherever an Internet connection is available. 

Assignment Help


Click the image to view our Assignment helps. Created by Library staff in collaboration with your lecturers, these offer step-by-step help researching core assignments.

Referencing Support

Need help referencing? Follow the roadmap!

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.

Other referencing support tools:

  • Referencing hub
    Information around what is referencing, paraphrasing, referencing rules, referencing styles and Academic Integrity. Also includes a link to the Harvard Referencing Guide UniSA (pdf).
     
  • Referencing forum
    Discuss referencing, exchange advice and post questions and answers about referencing (facilitated by Student Engagement Unit).

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 to decide which tool is best for you to get started.  

Peer Assisted Study Sessions (PASS)

Peer Assisted Study Sessions

What is PASS?

  • Facilitated by students who have excelled in particular courses
  • Assist you with understanding of course content
  • Conducted in a relaxed and informal environment
  • Absolutely FREE! - check the timetable and attend any session

Click on the link below to see the timetable and location

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