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Referencing

Acknowledging sources is an essential part of good written communication skills. Students who do not cite in-text or include the full bibliographical details will be investigated for academic misconduct at university. Employers increasingly require staff to acknowledge resources to meet accreditation requirements for professional bodies at work.

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Understand the concepts of referencing and citing.
Cite using the appropriate format for the referencing style.
Differentiate between a bibliography and reference list for your assessment task.
Create reference lists using one of the six major forms of referencing systems.

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Introduction
Citing
The Four Steps of Referencing:
•   APA 7th edition
•   Chicago/Turabian
•   Harvard
•   IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers)
•   MLA (Modern Language Association)
•   Vancouver/AMA (American Medical Association)
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