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Checklist: Preparing your presentation

In this video, the team takes you through some of the preparation, structure and practise techniques we would also recommend. We said preparing a presentation is a really important part …

Presenting your research

Writing up research is only one method of sharing your findings. Presenting your research and the conclusions drawn from it is another important method of disseminating your findings. In this …

Writing up your research

Researching and gathering your evidence is only half of the academic process. Knowing how to write this evidence up into a clear, logical and succinct academic argument is equally as …

When to reference? What to reference?

The list of things that you could possibly draw evidence from, cite within your text and produce a bibliography for, is virtually endless. Some examples might include books, journal articles, …

Academic reading

Getting through all of the available information for a research project can seem overwhelming. In this video Chris illustrates, using the the example of ambiguous song lyrics, the importance of …

How to approach selecting a methodology

In this animation with voiceover, the team provides you with a practical guide to how to approach selecting a methodology. You are encouraged: to research thoroughly how you will obtain …

Why methodologies are important?

Research is a vast and often cyclical process with no clear path from A to B. But as with any kind of exploration, it is always worth following a path …

Drawing on primary and secondary research

In reality, the distinction between primary and secondary research is often blurred. Nonetheless, it is sometimes helpful to distinguish between the two – particularly when planning your research. Primary research …