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CSC 1 lecture 2013
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CSC 1 lecture 2013
CSC 1 lecture 2013
CSC 1 lecture 2013
CSC 1 lecture 2013
CSC 1 lecture 2013
CSC 1 lecture 2013
CSC 1 lecture 2013
CSC 1 lecture 2013
CSC 1 lecture 2013
CSC 1 lecture 2013
CSC 1 lecture 2013
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  • 1. Stage 1 Computing Science: Using Library Resources and Referencing
  • 2. Our study spaces cater for all….
  • 3. We’re open 24 / 7 in term-time University Library
  • 4. Explore and discover with LibrarySearch Books, articles and much, much more Full and mo Full & mobile views University Library
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  • 6. Library Search? Subject Guide?
  • 7. Reading Lists Online  https://rlo.ncl.ac.uk/ rlo.ncl.ac.uk University Library
  • 8. You can recommend new books for the Library to buy Can't find the books you need for your research? All copies out on loan? Use ‘Books on Time’ to recommend a book for the library to buy http://www.ncl.ac.uk/library/services/suggest-book.php University Library
  • 9. Our subject guides are packed with resources, news and guidance http://www.ncl.ac.uk/library/subject-support/
  • 10. …all our resources are available on or off campus
  • 11. Referencing – good practice  Why reference?     To make your own contribution clear To acknowledge source material To ensure reader can find source material To avoid plagiarism  Your referencing must be:  Comprehensive  Accurate  Consistent  Use our Referencing Library Guide for practical guidance  http://libguides.ncl.ac.uk/referencing University Library
  • 12. What do I need to include?  In-text citation – (Robinson, 2012)  This acknowledges your source at the point of reference in the body of your essay  If quoting directly include “speech marks” and page number (Robinson, 2012: p.22)  Full reference in a bibliography at the end of your essay  Alphabetical by author name  Webpages to include URL and Access Date University Library
  • 13. Referencing examples (Harvard at Newcastle)  Book Surname, Initials. (Year of Publication) Title in Italics. Edition if not first. Place of publication: Publisher.  Journal article Surname, Initials. (Year of Publication) ‘Title of article in single quotes’, Title of Journal in Italics, Volume (Issue/month/season where applicable), page numbers.  Webpage Author of website. (Year it was created) Title of Website. Available at: URL (Accessed: last accessed date). See the Referencing Guide: http://libguides.ncl.ac.uk/referencing University Library
  • 14. The weird and wonderful  Blogs Author of message. (Year) ‘Title of message’, Title of Internet Site, Day/month of posted message. Available at: URL (Accessed: date).  Computer programs Author (if given). (Year) Title of Program. (Version) [Computer program]. Available at: URL (Accessed: date).  Lecture/seminar/webinar Author/speaker. (Year) Title of communication. [Medium]. Day/Month. Use Cite Them Right, Study Skills Level 3 Citation (PEA) University Library

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