In this video, the team meets again, after analyzing and evaluating their search results from academic articles and news sources. They found they need to be careful in avoiding using fake news into their work. Fake news is not a new phenomenon, but with the rise of social media like Facebook and Twitter and the extensive use of messaging apps like WhatsApp and WeChat, we are faced with growing cases of FAKE news.
In this video, the team has spent a lot of time on searching relevance journal articles, but still, could not locate the right one. That's probably because they did not search with the right keywords and are unable to connect them correctly. Did you encounter this similar situation before? Let's look at this one-minute video to brush up on your searching skills on using subject terms, Boolean operators, truncation, and more.
In this video, the team requires to include viewpoints from journal articles in this academic project. You may ask, which articles are most influential and should be read first? Which journals are more prestigious in the field? Who are the champion authors on the topic?All these questions can be answered quickly if you select the right tools.
In this video, the team finds that even they've covered the academic sources, but something is still missing. Having said that Google might not be ideal to kick-start your research; it does help you connect with top-quality reports by professional bodies if you know these tricks.
Starting your research in Google may not be ideal as it often ends up leading you to millions of websites and you have no clue which ones are dependable and reliable. Let’s watch this video and learn the short-cut of locating quality social sciences information.
In this video, two students are discussing the types of information are needed to answer the sub-questions. In their conversation, various type of information, including manuscripts, diaries and autobiographies, audio recordings and videos, original art works, letter patents, conference papers, books, government publications, critical analysis and review, journal articles, and handbooks.
In this video, a group of students from the School of Journalism and Communication is preparing for a group assignment. They need to do a group assignment based on one current social hot topic - Elderly issue and social protection system in Asian countries.The team is now discussing how to kick-start the group assignment and what information sources are needed. Let's check out what they are discussing!