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Approaching study in the Faculty of Business and Economics
2.6 After the lecture
2.7 Tutorials and your learning
2.8 Reading in your study
2.8.1 Reading to understand or comprehend
2.8.2 Reading for critical comment
2.9 Checklist for studying faculty units and courses
The research process: A basic guide
3.1 The research process
1. Understand the assignment topic/question(s)
3.1.1 Step 1: Understand the assignment topic/question(s)
3.1.3 Step 3: Decide where to look for this information
3.1.4 Step 4: Develop and use a search strategy for database searching
3.1.5 Step 5: Evaluate the information found and revise the plan
3.1.6 Step 6: Presentation
3.1.7 Step 7: Final evaluation
3.2 Using the Internet for research
3.2.1 Some further tips for productive Internet research
4.1 Characteristics of successful writing
4.1.1 Responding to the task
4.2 Exam question, Accounting and Finance
4.2.1 Initial analysis, key terms and directions
4.3 Structuring your writing clearly
4.3.1 Writing structure
4.4 Forming and expressing your perspective on the task
4.4.1 “Crystallised” response
4.4.2 Plan the response
4.5 Supporting your perspective
4.5.1 Paragraph structure
4.5.2 Use of references
4.6 Presenting a consistent and logical response
4.7 Expressing your ideas clearly
4.8 Checklist for academic writing skills
5.1 Analyse the task
5.2 Synthesise your information
5.3 Plan the essay
5.4 Reference the sources of information
6.1 The nature of a literature review
6.2 Procedure for completing a literature review
6.3 Writing the literature review
6.4 Checklist for a literature review
7.1 The process
7.1.1 Identify the purpose of the report
7.1.2 Identify the readers and their needs
7.1.3 Research the topic
7.1.4 Outline the report
7.1.5 Write the draft
7.1.6 Edit the draft
7.1.7 The finished product
7.2 Report presentation and layout
7.2.1 Structure of a report
7.3 Report writing checklist
8.1 Some general issues
8.2 Problem solving case format
Academic integrity and honesty: avoiding plagiarism in written work
9.1 What is plagiarism?
9.2 Monash University Statute 4.1 and policy regarding plagiarism
9.2.1 What happens when plagiarism is suspected?
9.2.2 Students’ responsibility
9.3 Using references appropriately in your written work
9.4 Use of references in writing
9.4.1 Unsuitable use of references
9.5 Suitable integration of references
9.5.1 Techniques for using an author’s ideas
9.5.2 A summary
9.5.3 Paraphrasing, or writing in your own words
9.6 Conclusion
10.1 What is referencing?
10.2 When should you reference?
10.3 Why should you reference your work?
10.4 Referencing using the APA style
10.4.1 Creating in-text citations
10.4.2 Creating a reference list
10.5 Footnoting
10.5.1 In-text citations using footnotes
10.5.2 Creating the bibliography
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