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What are the BA1002 key concepts?
BA1002 traces the flow of key concepts through networks that shape who we are and how we experience the world.
- Space and Place
- Reality and Virtuality
- Narrative and Communication
- Self and Community
- Relations of power
- Interrelations between the one and the many
- Facets of communication and exchange
- Connections to space and place
- The interrelation of fact-fiction and reality-virtuality
The Top Library Tips Video Series includes:
- Unpack your assignment topic
- Create a search strategy
- Use Library databases and subject LibGuides
- Use Google more effectively
- Evaluate your information sources
- Citing all the sources you have used
Other people who can help and support you throughout your course include:
- Library staff
- Learning Advisors
- The Accessibility team
- Peer mentors
- Your lecturers, tutors and classmates
Start well - do some background readings on BA1002 key concepts
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