TV documentaries, radio shows, factual podcasts and online lectures (e.g.
TED Talks) are an interesting alternative to more traditional forms of research.
However, finding fresh and unique material to support your textbook research doesn’t have to be difficult!
To inspire you to go that extra mile on your next assignment, here are seven additional sources recommended by our tutors… With millions of articles published daily on news sites around the world, it’s easy to be fooled by press pieces disguised as real reports or simply factually weak tabloid journalism.
Corporate or individual blogs can provide a wealth of up-to-date information about a business sector or industry.
With just a bit of online searching you can find opinion pieces, interviews, research reports and more.
Arranging an interview, writing questions and then transcribing the dialogue isn’t a quick or easy task but it will give you unique insider knowledge (while also providing you with an opportunity to network within your industry! Feeling inspired to start putting these tips to use?
Are you are tired of hearing about the number of assignments you have to submit to pass a degree?
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