HSTY2614 Australian Social History Resources
Tweet your readings before the tutorial. What do you think? Can it be summarised in less than 140 characters?
Further readings at the library
Departmental Guides & Must-Reads
How do you approach a history essay question? What are primary and secondary sources? How do we use them? How do you research? How do you structure a history essay?
What sources are acceptable? How do I format my footnotes and bibliography? How do I present dates, abbreviations, numbers, and acronyms?
Online modules for improving your academic English.
Departmental policies on academic dishonesty.
The official word.
A guide and resources list on avoiding plagiarism from UQ.
A nicely presented booklet from Melbourne University.
Your gateway to everything Australian.
Register for Trove and you can save articles, books, pictures and more in lists; tag items; and do other stuff.
Scanned newspapers from the 1840s until 1954, and Australian Women’s Weekly until 1982.
Use an advanced search to find what you need.
Biographical information on prominent Australians from material collected for Film Australia’s Australian Biography.
An academic (citable) biographical resource on prominent past Australians:
Clips from the National Film and Sound Archive. Worth a watch.
Catalogue for our State Records in Kingswood.
Late Submission and Extensions
All requests for extensions must be made through the Faculty’s online assessment system.
If you are ill or suffer misadventure, you may apply for special consideration within five days of the due date of the assessment.
The Learning Centre runs workshops and provides other assistance if you are experiencing difficulties with your written expression.
Indigenous Australian students can also seek assistance via the Koori Centre.
Students with disabilities can seek assistance from Disability Services.
All Academic Board Policies can be found on the Policy website.
My blog, with links to more stuff.