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Construction Management: Web resources

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Finding quality sources

Not all the of the information you find on the Internet is accurate, up-to-date and reliable. It is important to evaluate your information before you decide to use it in your assignment.

Ask yourself:

  • How relevant and accurate is it?
  • Are sources cited and references provided?
  • What is the purpose of the site? To provide information, promote ideas, sell a product?
  • Is it current and up-to-date?
  • Is it published by a reputable author or organisation?

Watch our video on Evaluating Information to find out more.

Always check the URL of a website to determine what type of site the information is coming from:

Sites with a ~ in the address usually indicate a personal website

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Standards & codes

For more information on Australian and International Standards, see the Standards.

BIM Value online industry tool

The BIM Value Tool, developed by Australia's Sustainable Built Environment National Research Centre (SBEnrc), provides built environment practitioners with a step-by-step guide to identify and realise benefits from implementing Building Information Modelling (BIM).

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 National Construction Code

The online version of the National Construction Code is available via the Australian Building Codes Board website.

Registration is free, and provides access to the current and archived versions of the NCC.