The complete guide to referencing and avoiding plagiarism
Part of the Open UP study skills series
* Why is accurate referencing important? * How do I reference print and digital sources correctly? * What must I do to avoid plagiarism in my written work? * How can I use referencing to assert my own ideas?The Complete Guide to Referencing and Avoiding Plagiarism, Third Edition demystifies the referencing process and provides essential guidance on how to avoid plagiarism when writing for university.
It provides clear guidelines on why and when to reference, as well as how to correctly cite from a huge range of sources.
The book explains what is considered good referencing practice and ensures you have a watertight understanding of what plagiarism is and isn't, and how to avoid it in your written assignments. Thoroughly updated throughout, this new edition has also been carefully restructured to make it easier to find the precise solutions to all your referencing dilemmas.
It offers: * Practical examples of writing and referencing in action - how to ensure you are citing correctly and critically to meet your lecturers' requirements * Referencing advice for all students new to higher education, and particularly international students studying in the UK for the first time * A new chapter with clear instructions for correctly referencing online material * A chapter of worked examples referencing over 30 different types of sources, plus answers to Frequently Asked Questions and quizzes to ensure you get your references right every time.
Tried and trusted by thousands of Higher Education students, The Complete Guide to Referencing and Avoiding Plagiarism 3e is an essential book for anyone engaged in academic writing. "Excellent piece of knowledge packed into a book. I love it and would recommend it to friends and family intending to engage in research." 5 Star Amazon Review, 2013"Neville's revisions and structural reorganisation of the text represent a laudable improvement on the previous edition, which itself represented probably the most comprehensive and accessible discussion available on referencing and citation practices in UK higher education."Journal of Learning Development in Higher Education, Issue 10: November 2016