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Do ask for help if you are not sure of anything!
Check which style of referencing you are required to follow
Be organised. Whenever you consult a source, make a note of all the details you need for a reference
Allow yourself time to compile your reference list
Be consistent in the style and layout of your references
Make sure your references include all the information needed to locate it
We have 2 workshops designed to help you with different aspects of referencing, from how to reference correctly to how to incorporate references into your academic writing:
1. How to reference … books
Become more confident about your referencing skills. This 30-minute workshop outlines how to create Harvard references for the books you use when writing your assignments.
We explain how to create references for books when:
This workshop is not subject specific and is suitable for any student who needs help with the basics of referencing.
|How to reference books
Thursday 19th October 2023 3.00 - 3.30 p.m. via Microsoft Teams
No booking required. Please join the workshop a few minutes before the start time.
Friday 17th November 2023 1.00 - 1.30 pm, T1.07 (The Curve), Middlesbrough Campus
No booking required. Please arrive a few minutes before the start time.
How to reference journal articles
We also have a presentation on how to reference journal articles. This includes:
What to do when there is more than one author
When to use italics
The slides are not subject specific and are suitable for any student who needs help with the basics of referencing.
|How to reference journal articles
2. How to use references
This session will improve your skills in using references in your writing. The workshop will show you how to:
incorporate references into your writing
identify the different styles of in-text citation and when to use them
develop techniques in paraphrasing
Forthcoming online workshop
Online Sessions (via Teams):
Face to Face Session (at Middlesbrough Campus):
If you need further information or any adjustments to fully access this session, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org in advance.
We are very interested to hear your views about any workshop you attend.
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|How to use References presentation
(slides with notes)
How to use references
Harvard Referencing Video 1: What referencing is and constructing basic references
Harvard Referencing Video 2: Paraphrasing and using citations