On this website students will find:
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Videos introduce you to the key aspects of the research process, from the theoretical background to presenting your research. Uwe also offers his five top tips for improving your research and academic skills.
Case Studies showcase methodology in practice, with critical thinking questions to help you develop your ability to interpret and understand research.
Weblinks to guidelines, journal repositories and more help you find other people’s research, cite your work correctly and make sure your research meets legal and ethical codes.
Journal Articles illustrate how methods can be used in the real world, and the questions accompanying them push you to critically assess research and think about your own practice.
Argument Builder which walks you step-by-step through how to develop a coherent, robust argument when writing up research or a literature review, helping you improve your communication and critical thinking skills.
Just click on the links to the left.
PowerPoint Slides featuring figures and tables from the book, which can be customized for use in your own lectures and presentations.
Testbank to check your students’ understanding with multiple choice questions related to the key concepts at each stage of the research process that can be used in class, as homework or exams.
Resource Pack to upload all the lecturer and student resources into your institution’s learning management system (e.g. Blackboard or Moodle) and customize the content to suit your teaching needs.
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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.
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