WK 2 WORKSHOP IN-TEXT CITATIONS

WK 2 WORKSHOP - Referencing Workshop PART 1 The Harvard System and In-text citations Prepared by the LLA team Focus of workshop General:To explain

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Referencing Workshop PART 1 The Harvard System and In-text citations Prepared by: the LLA team
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Focus of workshop General: To explain what „referencing‟ means and how „references‟ can be added to your writing. Specific: To outline and identify what „in - text citations‟ are & the different forms they can take.
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The Harvard System Various systems of referencing (Harvard, APA, MLA) General system of choice at QUTIC (Harvard) Alternative systems/exceptions at QUT (Faculty of Business-APA) Why use references?: to support an argument, to show depth & quality of your research & writing, to avoid plagiarism. 2 elements of referencing: In-text citations (within the essay) Reference lists (at the end of the essay)
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A word of caution!!! One of the strongest demographic correlations with academic misconduct in the United States is with language ”. ESL students more often in trouble for academic dishonesty than native speakers ESL students more likely to be caught than native speakers Why? Fear of losing meaning Difficulty with language/paraphrasing skills Cultural differences? “In the University of California, international students make up 10% of the student body but comprise 47% of academic dishonesty cases.” S ource: Wikipedia
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From „cite‟> “to take from another source” Same pronunciation, different spelling: (homonyms) sight, site Other words belonging to the same word family: o Citing some references in your writing will enhance your academic tone. o
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2011 for the course ACCT 220 taught by Professor Mary during the Three '11 term at Queensland Tech.

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WK 2 WORKSHOP - Referencing Workshop PART 1 The Harvard System and In-text citations Prepared by the LLA team Focus of workshop General:To explain

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