It's normal to find the research process or studying a subject at university challenging.
That's why you should be aware of the full range of help and support that is available to you as an MU student and not allow yourself to get overwhelmed.
6. Check your Moodle account to make sure you have access.
Referencing is one of the most important skills you will learn as a student.
It teaches you to acknowledge other people's ideas properly so that you can build on them and become part of the scholarly conversation.
For more information on how to reference your sources see our Referencing Guide.
It's hard to know where to start when studying a subject at university level. Students often pick up key skills along the way that they wish they'd learned much earlier!
That's why Library Staff and the Department of Theology have worked together to offer you Five Top Tips for studying Theology to will hopefully save you time, get you a better grade and make student life a bit easier.
The Library has access to thousands of resources. The key to finding the best information is to decide on your research question, (i.e. what it is you want to find out in your research). You can successfully do this by following the research cycle.
For more help with finding resources for your research topic, see our Successful Searching Guide.
Instructors can customize and embed reading lists for their students featuring specific chapters, articles, cases, datasets, and videos.
Instructors can easily create clips to customize content for their teaching needs and embed them into their online learning environment.
Instructors can browse recommended research methods content by discipline to help them find the best resources for their students. You can also:
Good assignments and high quality academic writing make use of different kinds of high quality resources
In this guide we offer advice on what kind of resources to use and how to find them.
See our Successful Searching Guide for more information.
The Library provides a wide range of services to help students and staff to work and research to the best of their ability.
To find out:
Please take a moment to view our guide to the Teaching and Research Development Team.