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1 Referencing and Bibliographies Quiz Click here to start the quiz

2 Instructions Click on the answer you think is correct. Click on to go onto the next page. Don’t use the up and down keys on the keyboard, or the wheel on the mouse. Next

3 Question 1 Why do you need to reference your work? To show how much work you’ve done To get better marks in your assignments To check whether the information you are using is correct All of the above

4 Almost… That’s right, but all of the answers are correct. Next

5 Correct That’s right. Correctly referencing your work can help you in many ways, not least by improving your marks. Next

6 Clarke, A. (2005), IT Skills for Successful Study, New York: Palgrave Macmillan. The correct way to reference this publication is: (Clarke, A., 2005) (Clarke, 2005) (IT Skills, 2005) (Clarke, IT Skills) Question 2

7 Try again That’s not quite right, click Next to try again. Next

8 Correct That’s right. A correct reference includes the author’s name and the date of publication – you should not include anything else except the page number. Next

9 On the bibliography entry below, click on the title of the article that has been quoted from. Carlowe, J. (2009),“Wake up call for in Nursing Times, 10th diabetes”, March 2009, pp Question 3

10 Try again That’s not quite right, click Next to try again. Next

11 Correct That’s right. You should put a bibliography entry for each article you use in a magazine or journal (not for the whole magazine). Put the title of the article in speech marks. Next

12 If you were referencing the website below, who would you put as the author? BBC (2008), Food Standards Agency makes recommendations on healthy eating [online], living/nutrition/healthy_balance1.shtml. BBC Food Standards Agency No author is given Question 4

13 That’s not quite right, click Next to try again. Try again Next

14 Correct That’s right. If you cannot find the name of a person, you should put the name of the organisation or company that created the website you used. Next

15 Look at the website on the next page and click on the title of the webpage. Question 5 Next

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17 That’s not quite right, click Next to try again. Try again Next

18 Correct That’s right. You should try to find the name of the specific page that you have used, and put this in your bibliography. Next

19 Anglia Ruskin University (n.d.), Harvard System of Referencing Guide [online], libweb.anglia.ac.uk/referencing/harvard.htm. What else needs to be added to the above bibliography entry? Author’s name Date of publication Website address Date of accessing the webpage Question 6

20 Try again That’s not quite right, click Next to try again. Next

21 Correct That’s right. You should always include the date you accessed the website in your bibliography. Next

22 Which one of the following quotations and references is correctly formatted? Question 7 Next

23 Smith writes that “there are two major ways of referencing: the Harvard system and the Cambridge system” (Smith, 2000, p. 98). According to Smith (2000), “There are two major ways of referencing: the Harvard System and the Cambridge system” (2000, p. 98). Smith writes that “there are two major ways of referencing: the Harvard system and the Cambridge system” (2000, p. 98).

24 Try again That’s not quite right, click Next to try again. Next

25 Correct That’s right. There are a number of correct ways to give a reference, but you only need to give each piece of information once. Next

26 Look at the book on the next page and decide how you would put it into a bibliography. Question 8 Next

27 Be a Better Student Be a Better Student by Anne Michaels Sean Thompson Theresa Green Ronnie McDonnie How would you write the authors’ names in your bibliography? Anne Michaels Michaels, Thompson, Green and McDonnie Michaels, A., etc. Michaels, A. and Thompson, S., et al

28 Try again That’s not quite right, click Next to try again. Next

29 Correct That’s right. If there are more than two authors you should list the first two and then write et al (“and the others”). Next

30 Question 9 After you have written the authors’ names, what information would you put into your bibliography next? The title of the book The date of publication The name of the publisher The library classification number

31 Try again That’s not quite right, click on Next to try again. Next

32 Correct That’s right. List the authors’ names first and then write the date of publication (in brackets). Next

33 Question 10 Pick the correct bibliography entry on the next page. Next

34 Michaels, A. and Thompson, S. et al, “Be a Better Student”, London: Unlimited Books, Michaels, A. and Thompson, S. et al (2000), Be a Better Student, London: Unlimited Books. Michaels, A. and Thompson, S. et al (2000), Be a Better Student. Published in London by Unlimited Books. Michaels, A. and Thompson, S. et al (2000), Be a Better Student (Unlimited Books).

35 Try again That’s not quite right, click on Next to try again. Next

36 Correct That’s right. The correct format for a bibliography entry is: Name of author (Date), Title of Book, Place of publication: Name of publisher. Next

37 The end That’s the end of the quiz. Well done for finishing, and remember that you can get extra help with your references and bibliographies from your learning facilitator or from the book Cite Them Right (class mark PEA). End


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