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    • Referencing at Gippsland Grammar
      • Referencing
      • How? Style?
      • What? When?
    • What is Referencing
      • Referencing is a method of acknowledging sources of information and ideas you have used in your assignment
    • Why Reference?
      • Why must we do this?
      • Demonstrates that you have used a variety of resources
      • Acknowledges the works of others
      • Avoids plagiarism
    • Plagiarism
    • Referencing Styles
      • Harvard
      • APA ( American Psychological Association)
      • Chicago
      • MLA
    • What is a Bibliography
      • A bibliography is a list of the sources you have used or referred to in your assignment.
      • What are sources?
      • Books, DVD Roms, Internet, newspapers, enyclopedias, interviews, media
    • Bibliographies
      • Bibliographies must:
      • Be in alphabetical order by author’s surname.
      • Have all the elements of the reference in the correct order.
      • Use consistent punctuation throughout.
    • Preparing for a Bibliography
      • Write down the full bibliographic details of your resources as you use them.
      • Use your Middle School Referencing Guide Booklet
      • OR
      • The Online version on the ISC VLA
      • OR
      • The Harvard Bibliography Reference Centre
    • Book
      • Author’s last name, then initial or name
      • Year of publication in brackets
      • Title – in italics followed by a full stop.
      • Publisher followed by a comma,
      • Place of publication then full stop.
      • Moriarty, D, (2006) Vietnam. Raintree, London.
    • No Author
      • Some items have no author
      • Particulary websites and newspaper articles as well as some books
      • Where a source has no author, the title is used in the same way as the author’s last name would have been.
      • Fish Australia (2002) Explore Australia Publishing, Prahran, Vic.
    • No Date
      • Some items have no date
      • This is a frequent occurrence with web sites, and also happens in printed material.
      • When this occurs you can choose from two examples
      • Welch, D and Parish, S., (2007?) Amazing facts about Australia’s Southern Skies. Steve Parish Publishing, Archerfield Qld
      • or
      • Welch, D and Parish, S., ( n.d.) Amazing facts about Australia’s Southern Skies. Steve Parish Publishing, Archerfield Qld
    • Encyclopedia Article
      • Title of article in inverted commas
      • Year of publication in brackets
      • Name of publication followed by a comma,
      • Volume number followed by a comma
      • Name of publisher followed by a comma
      • Place of publication then full stop
      • “ Japan”(2005)Peoples of Eastern Asia , vol.6,Marshall Cavendish,
      • New York.
    • Encylopedia Online
      • Title of article in inverted commas
      • Year of publication or n.d. in brackets
      • Title of online reference source followed by a comma,
      • Date of access then comma,
      • Name of online reference database followed by a full stop.
      • “ China” ( 2008)The World Book Online Reference Centre, accessed 22August 2008, from World Book Online.
    • Website
      • Author’s last name, then initial or the authoring body followed by a comma
      • Year of publication or n.d. In brackets
      • Title in italics followed by [internet] and then full stop.
      • <full web address> with no breaks then comma
      • Date of access followed by a full stop
      • Fleury, K., (1996) Mummies [internet]. Available at www.neferchichi.com , accessed 17 th August 2009.
    • Referencing Images
      • Images from sources other than clip art must be acknowledged.
      • Title of image in italics followed by full stop
      • Year of publication followed by [internet].
      • Image available at<full web address> followed by a comma
      • Date of access followed by a full stop
      • Games of Ancient Egypt (n.d.) [internet].Image available at< www.touregypt.net/featurestories/games >, accessed 17 th August,2009.
    • DVD-ROM
      • Title of article in inverted commas
      • Year of publication in brackets
      • Name of publication followed by a comma,
      • DVD-ROM followed by a comma,
      • Name of publisher followed by a comma,
      • Place of publication then a full stop
      • “ Cambodia”(2005) Encarta Premium Suite, DVD-ROM, Microsoft, n.p.