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EBSCOhost Databases User Guide

Click below to access the User Guide for using EBSCO Databases:

Essay Plan Template

Click below to download. You can use this as a template for your essays.

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Essay Writing - How do we do this thing

In this video Neale Meredith, Dean of Students talks about how to write an essay. He focusses on the importance of answering the question, how to take great notes, creating a plan for your essay, the importance of checking that you stay on track, and proofreading your work to present the best essay possible.

See also our Guide to Academic Writing and How to Write an Academic Essay


Essay Writing - Providing evidence for what you say

This video addresses the importance of referencing. It answers questions like: What sort of references should we be looking for? How many? What's the difference between using a quote or re-wording? How much is too much? How do I integrate references into my assignment? Here we also address the issue of Plagiarism. Finally, some tips are provided for keeping track of your references as you are reading, and taking notes for your assignments.

See also How to Take Notes as You Study


Essay Writing - Referencing! How to do it

In this video you will learn about ACOM’s preferred referencing style as well as where to find the ACOM Referencing Guide. Neale also works through the difference between a Footnote and a Bibliography reference.

Please note that where the "Assignment Writing Guide" is referenced in this video, we are referring to the Referencing Guide.



Essay Writing - Tips for success

Learn about what your marker is looking for and the importance of Introductions and Conclusions. Also learn how to present a clear and easy to read assignment that your marker loves to read.



Explanation of the IGS Contract



FAQs around IGS units

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Guide for Learning Cohorts for Proclaiming the Good News

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