Hey Mr Google I need you!

“Ladies & Gentlemen,

This is your cabin crew speaking. I bet every one of your will be interested on the topic- “University in the digital age”. Just bear with us, we are allow to look for Mr Google right after this.” 

“Urgh.. Mr Google, I need  free scholarly journal!”

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Source: http://mashable.com/2012/12/03/google-grader/

Seem likes the world can’t live without the Internet anymore. Miller (2010) urged that the power of the internet is greatest than any others form of human communication in the past. I do agree with his statement, Internet provided many advantages to human being especially for the student like me. I can’t complete my assignment with the use of Internet and I need it badly when its come to outsourcing for my report. However, the creditable source always need to PAY and this make me very frustrated! Fortunately, I still have UOW library provide all the resolution.

 

“Hey.. Money! You are devil!”

MoneyBags

Source: http://kidneycancerchronicles.com/american-cancer-society-salaries/

The use of the Internet access for scholarly source may not consider new. Again, when it’s come to $$… It is a problem!! Davis (2011) had concluded “no strong evidence to prove that free sources online may causes crisis”. And, let me conclude Neylon (2013), whether the academic source is free or cost will both caused issues for the stakeholders. And, I believe many people will face the same problem about unavailable to access the journal unless you pay for it. Or, you are lucky enough like me, the university has provided you the free access.   This is not an easy task to resolve the problem. Hence, let’s wait how the expertise can solve this out.

Here! My favourite page to website to reference my assessment

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Source: http://www.library.uow.edu.au/index.html?ssSourceSiteId=UOW_Main

 

 

Reference

Davis, P 2011, ‘ The impact of free access to the scientific literature: a review of recent research’, J Med Libr Assoc, vol 99, no.3, p 208–217, accessed 17/4/13, http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3133904/

Miller, R  2010, ‘The Coming Apocalypse’, Pedagogy, vol 10, no.1, p 143-151, accessed 17/4/13, UOW E-learning.

Neylon, T 2013, ‘Life after Elsevier: making open access to scientific knowledge a reality’, The Guardian, accessed 17/4/13, UOW E-learning.

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