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SOCIAL MEDIA FOR JOB HUNTING - Basic Tips

SOCIAL MEDIA FOR JOB HUNTING - Basic Tips

Before you think about using social media to look for that dream job, always Google yourself to see if anything inappropriate comes up...always check the photos that could ultimately blow any chance of getting employed.

APA REFERENCING: A Brief Guide

APA REFERENCING: A Brief Guide

APA (American Psychological Association) style is the most commonly used referencing format within the social sciences. 

ARE YOU READY FOR YOUR JOB INTERVIEW? – The Basics

ARE YOU READY FOR YOUR JOB INTERVIEW? – The Basics

Everybody is nervous at interviews - what questions they will ask, what if I don’t know the answer, what if I stutter.... RELAX you’re human!! Take a deep breath and if you have done your research, then you will be fine.

THE DREADED INTERVIEW QUESTIONS

THE DREADED INTERVIEW QUESTIONS

Have you ever been put on the spot? It is not the best feeling in the world, and scrabbling for an answer that you think is correct can sometimes make us look incredibly underprepared. Before you start panicking about your upcoming interview, take a look at these 5 most common interview questions.

HARVARD REFERENCING: A Brief Guide

HARVARD REFERENCING: A Brief Guide

Harvard referencing consists of two elements: in-text citations and detailed references (references list). You will need to include both of these in your academic work. There are two different types of Harvard Referencing format:

WRITING A LITERATURE REVIEW - A Critical Approach

WRITING A LITERATURE REVIEW - A Critical Approach

One essential skill is to be able to read and review literature critically but fairly. By reading widely you are more likely to become aware of the major issues surrounding an area/field of education. Researchers and authors display a wide variation in their choice of focus and approach to learning, thinking, researching, analysing, interpreting and so on. A reconnaissance of such a range allows you to identify the main issues, particularly those important/relevant to you. Some of these issues may then form an agenda for your own work.