Citing Sources Correctly

This booklet helps students with important information, hints and tips to avoid plagiarising sources they use in their coursework or controlled assessments. After describing what plagiarism is, we look at tips to consider when examining various sources such as the internet, search engines, databases, books, and journals. What to consider when evaluating whether a source is trustworthy is then examined.

The booklet discusses Using Harvard Standard Referencing. The difference between references and a bibliography are explained and how to correctly use them in work. We learn how to citate the internet, books including specific chapters, single/multiple authors, journals, film, and music sources.

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