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Make sure your research involves reading many peer-reviewed academic journal articles and include a range of them in your assignment reference lists.
Your assignment reference lists need to highlight that you've researched a range of different sources (not just some books and websites; study peer-reviewed articles, reports, conference papers, newspapers etc.).
How do I search for articles in a range of journals across a variety of subjects?
You may use Google Scholar to broadly search for academic literature on the Internet across many disciplines and sources.
If the source is not available free full-text via Google Scholar do not pay for it - BU Library has sufficient resources for your course assignment research. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with details of what you've found and we'll advise how to access it or direct you to other relevant sources that BU Library provides.
Do not just use Google for university, academic level research. You must go beyond Google and engage with the resources BU subscribes to for you to study.
How to read a journal article when you're pressed for time (infographic)