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Welcome to the Academic Literacy for Business and Commerce. This guide provides links to information resources for coursework and research projects.
The Library will not always have the books and journals that you would want to use for your research. If you would like to obtain them from another library, please complete the request form for Books and Theses or Journal Articles, or contact the Inter Library Loan (ILL) Section. You may also email your request to firstname.lastname@example.org
Not sure where to find information on your topic? Read the assignment topic, and try some of these suggestions.
Note the task instructions as they are guidelines from your lecturer.
Extract the most important concepts, check that you understand the meaning of the words, phrases, or the quotation provided.
For definitions and some background information on aspects of the topic, try using an online source which covers a variety of subject areas in your field of study like Credo Reference and Google Scholar to find scholarly publications.
The Credo Reference collection draws content from hundreds of reference sources from a broad subject range. Credo Reference offers options to search for concept maps, topic pages, or specific books.
As an alternative online resource for tertiary-level research, Google Scholar retrieves books, conference proceedings, journal articles, theses and dissertations, research reports, working papers, and many more open access publications.
Tailor your results with the Advanced Search option to limit a search to specific publication types where your search words appear in the article titles, and filter to return current sources on the topic.
Search Google Scholar from within the university network to link directly to full text articles which may be available only in proprietary research databases like those found on the EBSCOhost Web platform. Google Scholar will display full text content held by UWC with the following indicator, i.e. ViewIt@UWC.