As you look at information sources found on the internet, remember to test them for Currency, Reliability, Authority and their Purpose or Point of View. This is particularly important for this research assignment as you are investigating a controversial issue which has many points of view. The attached document gives further information on what to look for to make sure the information you are using meets this test.
Use the included information to structure and include the appropriate language for your Issues Analysis.
This video which goes for about 6 minutes and published in 2013 gives a great overview of Kakadu National Park. It provides a brief history of the park including the conflicts between Uranium mining and conservation, environmental and economic needs as well as various interest groups including local and the indigenous communities living around the park.
Watch this video using Clickview online. Click on search and type in Kakadu. The video will come up and you can watch and listen to it.
To include this information source in your bibliography, choose Digital library (under Audiovisual material) in the Online Referencing Generator to generate a reference.
Borrow it as a printed book (on the library shelves at 333.7924 NUC) or as an ebook. To download the ebook, go to the public drive on the curriculum network find the library folder - Issues in Society folder and locate it in the list of issues by alphabetical order. Click on the title and the PDF will load. Copy it for your use.
Eastwood, K 2004, Women and girls in the Middle Ages, Crabtree, New York.
Medieval Lords 2014, Medieval Life and Times, accessed 3 May 2015, <http://www.medieval-life-and-times.info/medieval-life/medieval-lords.htm>.
What is in text referencing?
Why do you need to reference?
What are the two types of in-text references?
What is included in a in-text reference?
What is a reference list?
Use the word document below In text reference table to organise and keep track of your in text references.
The included PDF What technological devices are used to detect volcanoes has several in-text reference examples and a Reference List to help you use and understand in-text referencing.
The following fact sheet includes scientific background information about uranium.
For your bibliography use the ORG Senior Bibliography and choose Website PDF without author and fill in the fields with the information from the fact sheet. Copy and paste the following website address for the URL field :
Keep in mind when you are using these websites that they may be published by groups with differing interests in the debate on Uranium mining in Kakadu.