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Sourcing Useful Information

Digital Sources

Academic writing is not confined to journals. Non-textbook academic sources such as monographs and books of edited readings
may contribute to the development of your ideas. Online sources often require more careful scrutiny. In the domain of self-publishing,
which includes wikis, blogs, social media and some websites, readers must be especially mindful of information that may be false,
private, misleading, inflammatory or promoting hidden agendas.

The Workplace Vocations resourcing service provides information on a variety of disciplines which is reliable, accurate or appropriate
to a number of purposes and groups.

 

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  • undertaking collaborative research

  • teaching within local communities

  • facilitating corporate education

  • sponsoring events and initiatives

  • offering work integrated learning programs with local organisations

  • nurturing partnership programs

  • becoming members of strategic organisations.

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*e-book file types

The most common files types for e-books are PDF and ePUB (electronic publication). ePUB adapts to your mobile device screen size.
Having trouble opening PDFs in your browser? Visit Acrobat Help for instructions.