Recommended readings in your subject site can give you an idea of the type of resources that your lecturer values.
Distinguishing between citations for books, book chapters, journal articles and websites can help you to search for the items in Primo Search, Google Scholar, or Journal Databases.
Below we list some of the most common resources and their citation structure when formatted in the APA 7th style.
Finding Readings in Primo Search
If you paste in the whole citation you will usually get no results.
Search for the article title for a journal article.
Search for the book title for a book or book chapter - add an author if you get too many results.
Searching using your subject code to find eReserve and print items that are on reserve for your subject.
Using your subject readings
Your Lecturers have carefully selected readings and resources to help demonstrate some of the key concepts in your subjects. Some of these may be organised in 'Readings and Resources' lists located in your i2 sites. If your subject doesn't have a designated reading list, you may see links to readings within your learning content. Throughout your studies in this course, you will be encouraged to engage with prescribed and recommended readings for assessment tasks.