Full details of IFN001 Advanced Information Research Skills are available in the unit outline.
Description: The Resource Log is designed to assess your understanding and application of the skills and concepts you have learned in the unit, and provide a record of resources and strategies for your future reference.
Weight: 100%. You will receive a grade for IFN001 based on your mark out of 100 for the Resource Log.
Word limit: The word limit listed in the Resource Log is a guide only. There are no deductions for being over the word limit but we encourage you to answer the questions clearly and succinctly.
The due date for your assessment is based on when you commenced your course of study and your mode of study. That is, for full-time students, the IFN001 assessment is to be submitted no later than three months from the commencement date of your course, whilst part-time students have six months from the date of commencement into your course. You will receive a Welcome email from the AIRS Coordination team with your specific due date.
We recommend you complete the assessment as early as possible to gain the maximum benefit in preparing your literature review.
Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any queries about your assessment.
Watch the video: IFN001 AIRS: Submission guidelines (YouTube video, 1m25s)
Attend an IFN001 AIRS Resource Log Drop-In Clinic for targeted help with your resource log.
Contact your Liaison Librarian by email or for consultation by appointment for discipline specific questions or clarification of requirements for particular questions.
Increase your network and engage with other students by using the AIRS Yammer group. If you have questions or comments about the resources or the AIRS curriculum, or simply want to connect with other students who are at the same stage of their research journey - Yammer might work for you.