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Information Services and Systems Referencing
Information Services and Systems Gave you tips on referencing: Follow instruction Attention to detail Take good notes Paraphrasing vs direct quotations In the last session we...
Information Services and Systems In-text citation – 2 authors Note the different in side the bracket and outside the bracket (Jasper & Jumaa, 2005) Jasper and Jumaa (2005) wrote... In text citation – 2 authors
Information Services and Systems Common queries In text (first time you cite) (Brown, Esdaile, & Ryan, 2003) or Brown, Esdaile and Ryan (2003) Subsequent citations: (Brown et al., 2003) or Brown et al. (2003). If there are 6 or more authors, then you can use “et al.” from the outset. In Reference list - You must include all the authors Common queries: What if there’s more than 2 authors?
Information Services and Systems Whenever possible you should use the original work. If this is not feasible, you must make clear that you have not read the original by referring to the work in which you found the reference. In the reference list only include details of the work that you read. In-text citation Gibb’s reflective cycle (1988) cited in Jasper (2013) shows that... or Gibb’s reflective cycle is a seminal theory in reflective practice (Gibbs, 1988, cited in Jasper, 2013) Common queries: Secondary referencing...
Information Services and Systems Common queries When including Acronyms, you must explain what they mean! Guidance provided by the NHS states that.... Explain what NHS is the first time you cite then you can use only the Acronym after that Guidance provided by the National Health Service (NHS) states that.... Common queries: Acronyms
Information Services and Systems The reference list should include everything you have referred to in your assignment. It should be alphabetical according to author All lines of each reference are double spaced and after the first are indented Common queries: Acronyms Common queries: The reference list
Information Services and Systems Matiti, M., & Trorey, G. (2008). Patients' expectations of the maintenance of their dignity. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 17, 2709-2717. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2702.2008.02365.x Nursing & Midwifery Council. (2008). The code: Standards of conduct, performance and ethics for nurses and midwives. Retrieved from http://www.nmc-uk.org/Documents/Standards/The-code-A4- 20100406.pdf Sharples, K. (2011). Successful practice learning for nursing students (2nd ed.). Exeter: Learning Matters. Example reference list
Information Services and Systems Class exercise
Information Services and Systems Help is always available! Come and see us in the Library Book a librarian slot via Blackboard firstname.lastname@example.org 01792 295697 email@example.com 01792 513838 Image courtesy of: h.Koppdelaney,.sarahwynne. & Liminal Mike On Flickr, used under CC licence