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Feedback on Referencing - Exercises using the Vancouver style of referencing

Feedback on Referencing - Exercises using the Vancouver style of referencing

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  • 1. BIO1000H 2014 Referencing Feedback: Questions to ask and steps to follow Presented by Jen Eidelman UCT Libraries E-mail: jen.eidelman@uct.ac.za Telephone: 021 650 2773 This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.
  • 2. What Referencing STYLE do I have to use? VANCOUVER Referencing Style What are the Reference List RULES OF VANCOUVER Referencing Style? What are the In Text RULES OF VANCOUVER Referencing Style? What are the RULES of this style? Is the item a book? Written by a single author? Is it an edited book with multiple authors? Is it an online journal? Is it a web page? Is it an online dictionary? Each of these items is referenced in a different way, therefore See the Vancouver referencing style rules before you proceed with your reference list.
  • 3. WHERE DO I FIND REFERENCING HELP?
  • 4. WHERE CAN IF FIND EXAMPLES OF THE VANCOUVER REFERENCING STYLE? http://www.lib.uct.ac.za
  • 5. http://guides.lib.monash.edu/citing-referencing/vancouver WHERE CAN IF FIND EXAMPLES OF THE VANCOUVER REFERENCING STYLE?
  • 6. Book Author AA. Title of book. # edition [if not first]. Place of Publication: Publisher; Year of publication. Pagination Author AA, Author BB. Title of chapter. In: Editor AA, Editor BB, editors. Title of book. # edition. Place of Publication: Publisher; Year of publication. p. [page numbers of chapter]. Chapter in an edited Book Electronic Journal article Author AA, Author BB. Title of article. Abbreviated title of Journal [Internet]. Date of publication YYYY MM [cited YYYY Mon DD];volume number(issue number):page numbers. Available from: URL Title of encyclopedia [Internet]. Place of publication: Publisher; year. Title of article; [updated YYYY Mon DD; cited YYYY Mon DD]; [# of pages/screens]. Available from: URL Electronic Encyclopaedia article Your reference List – examples of different types of references Author/organization's name. Title of the page [Internet]. Place of publication: Publisher's name; Date or year of publication [updated yr month day; cited yr month day]. Available from: URL Web site
  • 7. Some common errors made in your Reference lists & How to fix them BOOK Error (1) Richard Weikart. In: Overturning Traditional Sexual Morality. Palgrave Macmillan. From Darwin to Hitler : Evolutionary Ethics, Eugenics, and Racism in Germany. 1958. New York. 2004. P312 Correction 1. Weikart R. From Darwin to Hitler: evolutionary ethics, eugenics and racism in Germany. New York: Palgrave Macmillan; 2004. 312 p
  • 8. Article in electronic journal Error: : Danielle Simmons, Nature Education, Genetic Inequality:Human genetic engineering, 2008, 1(1):173. Available from http://www.nature.com/scitable/topicpage/genetic- inequality-human-genetic-engineering-768 Correction: 2. Simmons D. Genetic inequality: human genetic engineering. Scitable Nature Education [Internet]. 2008 [cited 2014 May 18];1(1):173. Available from: http://www.nature.com/scitable/topicpage/genetic-inequality-human-genetic- engineering-768 Some common errors made in your Reference lists & How to fix them
  • 9. (1): "eugenics." Encyclopaedia Britannica. Encyclopaedia Britannica Online Academic Edition. Encyclopædia Britannica Inc., 2014. Web. 18 May. 2014. Available from http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/195069/eugenics Correction: 1.Encyclopedia Britannica Online [Internet]. Academic ed. Chicago: Encyclopedia Britannica Inc.; 2014. Eugenics; [cited 2014 May 18]; [about 3 screens]. Available from: http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/195069/eugenics Some common errors made in your Reference list & How to fix them
  • 10. Web Site Error: (1): Laura Rivard et al. (494 students). Know Genetics. Ethical Issues in Genetics. University of San Diego Biology. 2013 Available from http://knowgenetics.org/history-of-eugenics/ Correction: 1. Know Genetics. Genetics Generation. Introduction to Eugenics [Internet]. 2013 [cited 2014 May 18]. Available from: http://knowgenetics.org/history- of-eugenics/ Some common errors made in your Reference list & How to fix them
  • 11. Student Exercise: Book – Vancouver style Author AA, Author BB, Author CC. Title of book. # edition [if not first]. Place of Publication: Publisher; Year of publication. Pagination Place of publication: Chichester. Publisher: Wiley. Year of publication: 2007. Number of pages in book: 251 Answer: Goodwin W, Linacre A, Madi S. An introduction to forensic genetics. Chichester: Wiley; 2007. 251 p.
  • 12. Author AA, Author BB. Title of chapter. In: Editor AA, Editor BB, editors. Title of book. # edition. Place of Publication: Publisher; Year of publication. p. [page numbers of chapter]. Student Exercise: Chapter in Book Author of Chapter: Peter F. Stanbury Place of publication: Cambridge Publisher: Royal Society of Chemistry Date of publication: 2000 Page numbers of chapter 1: 1-24 Answer: Stanbury PF. Fermentation technology. In: Walker JM, Rapley R, editors. Molecular biology and biotechnology. 4th edition. Cambridge: Royal Society of Chemistry; 2000. p. 1-24.
  • 13. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2955242/pdf/414_2009_Article_352.pdf Author AA, Author BB. Title of article. Abbreviated title of Journal [Internet]. Date of publication YYYY MM [cited YYYY Mon DD];volume number(issue number):page numbers. Available from: URL Answer: Tims S, Van Wamel W, Endtz HP, Van Belkum, Kayser M. Int J Legal Med [Internet]. 2010. [cited 2014 July 22];124:477-481. Available from: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2955242/pdf/414_2009_Article_352.pdf Student Exercise:
  • 14. Title of encyclopedia [Internet]. Place of publication: Publisher; year. Title of article; [updated YYYY Mon DD; cited YYYY Mon DD]; [# of pages/screens]. Available from: URL http://www.accessscience.com/content/forensic-mitochondrial-dna- analysis/YB030170 Answer: AccessScience [Internet]. McGraw Hill Education; 2003. Forensic mitochondrial DNA analysis; [cited 2014 July 17]; [3 screens]. Available from: http://www.accessscience.com/content/forensic-mitochondrial-dna- analysis/YB030170 Student Exercise:
  • 15. Author/organization's name. Title of the page [Internet]. Place of publication: Publisher's name; Date or year of publication [updated yr month day; cited yr month day]. Available from: URL http://Darwin-online.org.uk Student Exercise: Answer: Van Wyhe J. Darwin online [Internet]. 2002 [2014 July 22]. Available from: http://Darwin-online.org.uk