AXIA’S EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES
• You can download files that are provided to you in your classroom materials.
• I would recommend creating a folder for each class and saving the documents provided in the materials for that class to each specific folder.
• Then at the end of the class usually you will have two at a time, I would put them on a disc together. This way you will have the two classes you took together on one disc. You can save paper and room and still have all your materials to look back on when needed.
• This is the link to the University Library
• It will take you to the area where you find all your research documents, and articles.
• The library has listed many different ways of finding an article, use the most appropriate one to find your piece of information.
Identifying Key Information within Articles
• This piece of information was given to me by my instructor and I found it very valuable in finding what I needed to find. I am going to pass it on to you.
• Peer reviewed
• Author of the article
• Publication date
• Database name
• It is a copy of the page that is used to search.
• This should help you navigate the page much easier.
Upholding Academic Honesty
Axia’s Academic honesty policy
• Plagiarism ' Intentional or unintentional representation of another’s words or ideas as one’s own in an academic exercise. (Student Code of Academic Integrity..2009)
• Above is the link to the policy on Academic Integrity, it is good to read over this to avoid any errors which will have strict punishment.