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Information is everywhere, and the need to cite your sources is fundamental to professional academic writing. In this course we explore several types of information and provide a range of resources to easily identify what-is-what and what data is needed to prepare accurate citations and references.

In Part A of The Fundamentals of Referencing we examine: Articles, Books, Internet Material, Journal Material, and Notes or Notebooks. We also look at managing a bibliographic library.



The Team

Linda Glassop       1 kudos

Dr Linda Glassop has been involved in Higher Education for twenty-five years lecturing for eleven Australian Universities. Linda has supervised over forty Execu...

Eliani Boton       0 kudos

Dr Eliani Boton has over twenty-six years working in the Education sector. She started her career in her home country (Brazil) teaching English and Spanish to s...

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This course is self-paced, meaning that you can dip in-and-out of any module at any time, depending on your needs.

Part B: coming soon

International Material, Judicial Material, Legislative Material, Software or Equipment, Technical Material (e.g., handbooks)

Part C: coming soon

- Images, Performances, Reports or Plans, Videos or Audio Material

Part D: coming soon

- Archive Material, Communication, Conference Material, Creative Work, Theses and Dissertations

 

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