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Referencing and EndNote IEEE
Referencing and EndNote IEEE
Referencing and EndNote IEEE
Referencing and EndNote IEEE
Referencing and EndNote IEEE
Referencing and EndNote IEEE
Referencing and EndNote IEEE
Referencing and EndNote IEEE
Referencing and EndNote IEEE
Referencing and EndNote IEEE
Referencing and EndNote IEEE
Referencing and EndNote IEEE
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  • 1. University Library Karen Crinnion, Assistant Liaison Librarian, SAgE Faculty Managing Information: Referencing and EndNote
  • 2. University Library 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
  • 3. University Library Can you recognise Plagiarism? (this exercise is based on material from ‘A handbook for deterring plagiarism in HE’ by Jude Carroll, OCSD, 2002)
  • 4. University Library Scenario 1 You copy a paragraph and make small changes – e.g. replacing a few verbs, replacing an adjective with a similar word.The source is included in the list of references. Is this plagiarism or acceptable practice?
  • 5. University Library Scenario 2 You have found a fantastic article. You copy a few sentences word-for- word, with quotations, you give an in- text citation & full details of the article in your reference list. Is this plagiarism or acceptable practice?
  • 6. University Library Scenario 3 You are writing up your report. You take short phrases from a number of sources, add your own words & list all sources in your reference list. Is this plagiarism or acceptable practice?
  • 7. University Library A reference is required if you… Paraphrase (use someone else’s ideas in your own words) Summarise (use a brief account of someone else's ideas) Quote directly (use someone else’s exact words) Copy (re-use someone else’s data, figures, tables, diagrams, experiment results…) Referencing Guide for practical guidance http://libguides.ncl.ac.uk/referencing
  • 8. University Library IEEE style of referencing  References are numbered in [ ] as sources are introduced in your writing.  Each time the same source is referred to, the same number will be given.  Page numbers are required with citations where material is directly quoted or you refer to a specific part of the source. For example [1, p. 3], [2, pp. 5-7], [3, para. 2.1].  A full reference list with full source details – must be in numerical order.
  • 9. University Library Examples in IEEE style Book: A. B. Author, Title: Subtitle (in italics), Edition(if not the first),Vol.(if a multi-volume work). Place of publication: Publisher,Year. Journal article: A. B. Author of article. "Title of article," Title of Journal,Vol., no., pp., Month year. Webpage: A. B. Author, "Document title," Webpage Name, Source/production information, Date of internet publication. [Format]. Available: URL. [Accessed: Date of access].
  • 10. University Library Help from the IEEE http://www.ieee.org/documents/ stylemanual.pdf Shows you how to cite and reference lots of other information types, e.g.  reports,  handbooks,  conference papers,  standards, etc
  • 11. University Library How can EndNote help? Author, title, year… EndNote library  Enter references manually  Download from databases  Sort, organise and search  Attach files  Create bibliographies  Cite While You Write in Word
  • 12. University Library Need to know… EndNote is available Campus clusters and University PCs Desktop via Remote Application Service (RAS) Online at my.endnote.com To purchase at Adept Edustore
  • 13. University Library Getting help with EndNote  EndNote Library Guide http://libguides.ncl.ac.uk/endnote  EndNote Helpline libraryhelp@ncl.ac.uk  EndNote Surgeries Every Tuesday 12-1pm during term time  EndNote Workshops Every month

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