For many students this will be the first time they have had to research extensively and produce a detailed literature review. This course is designed to help students develop a better understanding of research and referencing, whilst also giving them an effective framework for their own NEA literature review.
Working with the University of East Anglia in Norwich, we begin our course in the classroom, demonstrating effective examples of relevant research and referencing, before moving into the modern UEA library to begin accessing the archives to gather sources which will be relevant to individual student’s areas of focus.
In advance of this course it is suggested that students have a general idea of what their NEA title will be and where they will be investigating. This will help them to gather more relevant literature for their research.
The availability of this course is restricted slightly to the availability of the UEA’s library so early booking is advised.
- Student support material
- Library research session
- Access to UEA library resources
- Classroom facilities