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Referencing Information Sources: Using the APA Style [View presentation in Slide Show mode]
Outline of Presentation: Outline of Presentation: Frequently Asked Questions 3 Steps in Referencing In-Text References: rules and examples End-Text References: rules and examples (8) 3 Written Exercises Introduction to the online guide on APA Referencing
What if you don’t reference? What if you don’t reference? Plagiarism is the term used when someone copies another person’s ideas or opinions as their own and doesn’t acknowledge the original source of the information. Plagiarism, whether deliberate or accidental, is a form of cheating and is not acceptable. Remember, if you plagiarise in your assignment you may fail
author’s surname and initials year of publication title of article name of journal (underline or use italics) volume number issue number or date page number(s) Retrieved from URL of database
Reference List for Images Note taking. (2007). ClipArt used with permission from Microsoft. Quokka [Image]. (2008). Retrieved from www.flickr.com/photos/johk/3234925638/ Rottnest Island [Image]. (2008). Retrieved from http://www.flickr.com/photos/norahtsen78/3138180252/ Study [Image]. (2007). ClipArt used with permission from Microsoft.