On this website students will find:

Lecturers can log in to access:

A source tracker template to help you keep track of your sources and know what you need to include in your audit trail.

A project diary template and example so you can start your project with an organized approach and track your insights along the way.

A literature review starter template to demonstrate the sections you need to include for a successful written review.

Data extraction templates to identify the most important information to pull out from qualitative, quantitative, and mixed methods studies.

A source credibility checklist to help you assess and think critically about the sources you choose.

Downloadable exercise workbook and suggested answers so you can interact with the book’s activities and questions and save your answers for future reference.

A collated list of tried-and-tested tools , including freely available technologies to help you search databases efficiently, plan your work, and keep track of references.

A complete glossary of terms to help you understand and revise key concepts.

PowerPoint slides including 10–15 slides per chapter, which can be downloaded and customized for use in your own presentations.

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For advice to support your studies visit the SAGE Study Skills website for videos, quizzes and tips to help with your essay and dissertation writing, presentations, literature reviews and more.

To find out more about the book, please visit the SAGE website.


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