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Literature review takes up a pretty big part of your paper, that's why we dedicated this playlist entirely for it! This playlist covers A-Z of literature review with a real example, from what is a literature review, finding relevant literature, to structuring the outline of your literature review, we've got your back.
Your dissertation is probably the longest piece of writing you’ve ever done, and it can be intimidating to know where to start. This playlist helps you work out exactly what you should include and where to include it.
Don’t know where to begin with your essay? This playlist will provide you clear steps of the essay writing process, covering everything from outlining your essay structure, to writing strong body paragraphs. We’re here to guide you every step of the way!
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 this video, the librarian from the University Librarian of the University of Hong Kong talk about Turnitin. Turnitin is an online text matching software. It offers originality checking on student papers for proper citation or potential plagiarism.
In this video, Mr Peter Sidorko, the University Librarian of the University of Hong Kong explain the importance of academic integrity. Students are expected to conduct themselves honesty and with integrity. One of the key responsibilities is to assure to credit the materials used to develop the ideas and academic work properly and avoid plagiarism.
The self-paced online course is for students to self-study, practise and improve the academic English that they need for their university studies. Topics include appropriate academic style, correct referencing conventions, writing university levels essays and reports, delivering academic presentations and participating in discussions. Created by the English Language Centre of The Hong Kong Polytechnic University.