May 2017

Organize Your Files

Create a file on your computer to write down any research idea you have, however rough and however brief, even if it is just a provisional title and some notes about possible content. It can always be polished and developed later or even discarded if you decide eventually not to go ahead with the idea.

Reference Your Sources

Cultivat the habit of loading citations straight into your writing each time you make refernce to other works or as soon as you come across them. Use free computerised online reference manager such as Endnote, Zotero or Mendeley track your references.

Choose The Right Sources

Find out how many and what type of sources you need by looking at your assignment, syllabus, or by asking your professor.

Determine the types of information you need to support your assignment: Research is found in scholarly articles, books provide topic overviews, and newspapers provide journalists reports on current events and research.
 

Call for Papers - 2nd International Multi-Disciplinary Conference for Postgraduate Students

GRASAG-UEW in collaboration with the School of Graduate Studies (SGS), the Institute for Educational Research and Innovation Studies (IERIS), Centre for International Programmes (CIP), Centre for Conflict, Human Right and Peace Studies (CCHRPS) and the Gender Mainstreaming Directorate (GMD) announces its second International Multi-disciplinary Conference for Postgraduate Students dubbed IMC5PS@UEW-2017 scheduled to take place at the University of Education, Winneba, Ghana—the Centre for Excellence for professional teacher-preparation in sub-Saharan Africa—fro