Hi, Welcome to the Library Research Skills training module for OENG1085 Research Methods.
OENG1085 Research Methods is offered to Masters by Research and PhD students in the College of Science, Engineering and Health. The course is coordinated by the School of Engineering. The Information Skills Module is a recommended module of OENG1085 Research Methods.
To start, choose a topic from the side menu, or select from the links below. You can also use the next button at the bottom of each page to work through this module page by page. Look at the video introductions on each page for an overview of the content.
At the end of this module you will be able to:
On most pages of this module you will see a box 'Practise your Skills'. Look for this icon
Use the exercises and quizzes to consolidate what you have learnt, and to think about how you will use your skills in researching and writing your Literature Review, Thesis and other papers.
Acknowledgement to the Applied Sciences Information Research Methods tutorial for this content.
There is one skill that has become vital in just about any modern workplace: the ability to manage and interpret information, quickly and confidently. Highly valued by employers, information literacy is critical if you want to rise through the ranks – no matter what field you’re in.
By undertaking the Information Literacy credential, you’ll learn how to
Assessment and activities include: