The way you put ideas together reflect your level of understanding about the issue you have inquired in your research, which, is what your professor looks for when she/he assess your work. In this slide, it introduces 5 level of research output and note the differences between different sentences, and the depth of idea you could get.
In the age of information, everyone is easy to be satisfied with the so-called "facts". However, a young man, Ah On believes that the truth-seeking spirit just like playing a trick, you can only one-side of the "truth".
Let's check out whether the buddies of Ah On have this truth-seeking spirit or not.
In facing the developer hegemony, Ah Bao’s convenient store is being forced to relocate. His best friend, Ah On gave up the opportunity to study aboard and insisted to stay in Hong Kong and film a documentary about the reconstruction of the old district. Why did he give up the study? Let’s find out the story of Ah On.
In order to realize the unfinished plan of Ah On, some of his friends conduct the interview, some of them responsible for the on-site investigation while some of them do the background research. Do you want to know what are they going to do? Let’s check it out!
In this video, Prof. Christine Bruce explains that being able to use information to learn, being an informed learner is about being able to maximize the potential of the information environment you have. It will make it possible for you to be productive, capable, and also innovative and creative.
A subject encyclopedia contains articles (some short, some long) on the theories, events and thinkers that sum up the available literature about a discipline. Articles are arranged in alphabetical order.Indexes in the back of the encyclopedia can help you to determine if the encyclopedia contains an article on your topic, or if your topic is covered within an essay on a related topic.
In this slide, here are some examples of subject encyclopedias that may available in your university library.