Finding and Using Sources

Learn how to locate suitable sources for assessments and summarise, paraphrase and incorporate evidence into your work

Want to know how to tackle your assessments at ANU?

In this hands-on workshop, explore tips to analyse your topic, identify effective search terms, and find and access the best sources for your assessments. Learn strategies for presenting evidence of your argument, positioning and distinguishing your ideas from others, writing effectively, and how to summarise, paraphrase, and synthesise of your information sources.

The session will also look at the best linguistic devices for writing in your own voice. As part of this session, you will also be introduced to the facilities and 24/7 resources available from ANU Library to support your learning and scholarship. 

Please note: this event is for ANU students only. To help keep everyone safe, masks are recommended indoors and registration is essential. If you do not feel well, please refrain from attending the event.


Relevant audiences: 
International students
Undergraduate students
Postgraduate coursework students
Postgraduate research students

ANU values diversity and inclusion and is committed to ensuring equality of opportunity for all students. We provide support, advice and adjustments for students whose studies may be impacted by a disability, mental health condition or an ongoing chronic medical condition.

Please contact Access & Inclusion for further information.