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Referencing - W h y Ref er en cin g? Facu lt y of Man agem...

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Unformatted text preview: W h y Ref er en cin g? Facu lt y of Man agem en t Tech n ology I n for m at ion Syst em s I W S 20 06- 20 07 Its very important for you to reference other peoples work and to do that in a proper way. It reflects professional and proper scientific methods usage. W h at is r efer en cin g? Referencing an information source used in an academic work means to em ploy a st an dar dized m et h od of ack n ow ledgin g t hat sour ce. The full details of the source must be given. All information used in your assignment, thesis, etc., whether published, or unpublished, must be referenced. There are many acceptable forms of referencing. Two common styles of referencing are the author-date and notation styles. The author-date system originated at Harvard University. Although Harvard University no longer produce a standard guide to referencing a version of the author-date system is still commonly referred to as the...
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This note was uploaded on 04/08/2011 for the course MGMT 401 taught by Professor Mohamed during the Spring '11 term at Manor.

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