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and techniques, Pearson Education Inc, Massachusetts, USA For an article you should provide the family name and initial(s) of the given name(s), year of publication, name of journal, volume and issue number of journal as follows: Boon Teo, C., Chang, A., and Kheng Leng, R.G., 2006, ‘Pedagogy Considerations for E-learning’, International Journal of Instructional Technology and Distance Learning, Vol. 3, No. 5. http://www.itdl.org/ date accessed 5/12/2007 (Note: The titles of journals, magazines and newspapers are written in italics or underlined; the titles of articles, chapters etc are inside inverted commas ‘...’.) For a website you should provide the family name and initial(s) of the given name(s), if available; or institutional name, update year, if provided, or year of publication; title of home page, date of access and website, as follows: Asian Development Bank, 2006, ‘Regional and Country Highlights: Indonesia’, viewed 12 November 2007, <http://www.adb.org/Countries/Highlights/INO.asp. > Is there a Difference between a Reference List and a Bibliography? The terms List of References or References list only the sources found in-text. The term Bibliography is used when other sources, which have been consulted but not referred to in the assignment, are included in the list. The latter term is used more often with the footnote or endnote method of referencing. Sometimes, the terms References and Bibliography are used interchangeably. Where can I get more Information on Referencing? You will use many different kinds of sources for your assignments and you will need to know how to reference each type of source correctly according to the style you are using. The EDU’s Harvard Referencing Guide provides a comprehensive overview of a Harvard referencing style http://www.asb.unsw.edu.au/learningandteaching/Documents/Harvardreferenceguide.pdf For a guide to using footnotes, the referencing system used by the School of Taxation and Business law, see The Australian Guide to Legal Citation, at: http://www.law.unimelb.edu.au/files/dmfile/FinalOnlinePDF-2012Reprint.pdf A useful website for detailed information on the Harvard style of referencing is the UNSW’s Learning Centre’s guide at: http://www.lc.unsw.edu.au Another user friendly Harvard referencing guide is available from the University of York, UK, at: http://www.york.ac.uk/integrity/harvard.html#
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