When preparing your assignment you need to acknowledge all the materials you draw upon, quote, paraphrase or mention.
Referencing is a standardised way to acknowledge all the ideas and concepts you have used and allow readers to trace and verify your sources.
You should check your unit outline or consult with academic convenors for the style required by your department. You may be penalised for not conforming to your course's requirements.
Common styles used in the Department of Anthropology are Harvard and Chicago Author-Date. Click on the link below to learn more;
When you are adding images, videos and other content that you did not create to your presentation, it is important to make sure that you are not violating anyone's copyright. There are two ways to do this:
Here are some Creative Commons sites:
Keeping your references well organised can be tricky but there are tools to help you stay on top of it all. EndNote and Mendeley are two products that the Library can help you access and use. Click on the link below to learn more;
What is academic integrity and why is it so important? How can you make sure you are practising academic honesty? The Academic Integrity for Students iLearn unit will teach you about this important aspect of university. Click on the link below and self-enrol in this community unit.
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