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1 Referencing Resources (Printed)

2 Know why referencing within our work is important. Be able to reference correctly, using the Harvard system. By the end of today you will…

3 Referencing Resources (Printed) What do you already know? Why? When? Where? How? Know why referencing within our work is important.

4 Why? Enables others to find and use the sources that you cite Supports your arguments Enables tutors to check the accuracy and validity of your evidence Gives credibility to your conclusions Demonstrates the range of your reading/research Acknowledges the work of others Avoids plagiarism Essential skill for Higher Education

5 When you use somebody else's words or ideas from a book, journal, newspaper, song, TV program, movie, web page, computer program, letter, advertisement, or any other medium. When you use information obtained through interviewing another person. When you copy the exact words or a "unique phrase" from somewhere. When you reprint any diagrams, illustrations, charts, and pictures. When you use ideas that others have given you in conversations or over When?

6 Let’s reference! Reference resources correctly, using the Harvard system. Type of resourceFormat (what should it look like?)Your example Book (1 author) Surname, initial. (Year). Title (in italics or underlined). Ed number (if it has one or is not a 1 st ed). Place of publication: Publisher. Book (2 authors) Surname, initial. And Surname, initial. (Year). Title. Ed number. Place of publication: Publisher. Book (3 or more authors) Surname, initial., Surname, initial. And Surname, initial. (Year). Title. Ed number. Place of publication: Publisher. Book (Editors only) Surname, initial. And surname, initial. (ed. Or eds.). (Year). Title. Place of publication: Publisher. Book (Chapter within a book) Chapter author(s) surname, initial. (Year). Title of chapter. In: ed name and surname (ed). Title of book. Ed number. Place of publication: Publisher, page range.

7 Let’s reference! Reference resources correctly, using the Harvard system. Journal/magazineSurname, initial. (Year). Title of journal article. Title of journal (in italics or underlined), volume number (part/issue/month/se ason number goes here) page range.

8 Summary Harvard referencing is not just a requirement for your course! What does it look like in my assignment/essay?

9 The lazy way…


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