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Citing and referencing February 2018

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How to find articles in Summon or Google Scholar and use Word (manual entry )and Endnoteweb (search and upload) to incorporate citations while you write.

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Citing and referencing February 2018

  1. 1. www.london.edu Writing and citing to avoid plagiarism
  2. 2. 2 1. How to avoiding plagiarism 2. Where to find guidance on citing and referencing 3. Using Word to incorporate citations into your writing 4. Using EndNote™ web to incorporate citations into your writing We will cover:
  3. 3. Avoiding plagiarism 3 Allow plenty of time for writing and adding references Always acknowledge and cite and reference your sources Keep track of your sources as you go If you did not write it …then you must cite it! When “quoting directly” – make this clear and use a citation When paraphrasing – make this clear and use a citation
  4. 4. Where to find guidance https://london.libguides.com/home/citing 4
  5. 5. 5 Where to find guidance Specific examples of citations are here
  6. 6. Citing and referencing using MS Word 6 Use Google Scholar from our A-Z list of databases and if we have full text access via one of our subscriptions you can get access to the paper/article.
  7. 7. Citing and referencing using MS Word 7 You can mark records of interest to include in “my library” but you will need to login with a google account of some kind (e.g. gmail) to access it. Click on the star to mark it.
  8. 8. Citing and referencing using MS Word 8 Once you have items in your library, you can export them in various formats
  9. 9. Citing and referencing using MS Word 9 Google Scholar even allows you to export marked records as a CSV file, which you can then open in Excel You can add extra columns to record more information such as notes/quotations/ page numbers.
  10. 10. Citing and referencing using MS Word 10 Word allows you to add citations as you are writing, wherever you quote or paraphrase an author .
  11. 11. 11 To do this: On the References tab, click on Insert Citation>Add new Source Citing and referencing using MS Word
  12. 12. 12 Once I have filled out the details of the article or book, it automatically pops the citation in. Citing and referencing using MS Word
  13. 13. 13 When you are ready you can insert your references at the end of your document. References tab>Bibliography>In sert Bibliography Citing and referencing using MS Word
  14. 14. 14 A Bibliography is created, automatically placing the cited works in alphabetical order by author surname Citing and referencing using MS Word
  15. 15. Endnote web 15
  16. 16. Endnote web 16 1. Set up an Endnote web online account Using the instructions in the Libguides 2. Research your topic using Summon 3. Save your citations 4. Go to Endnote and import your citations 5. In Word – cite while you write!
  17. 17. Detailed Instructions Endnote Web 17 Instructions are here in the Citing and referencing guide
  18. 18. Launch the Web of Science database from the Library’s A-Z list of databases Web of Science provides the LBS institutional entitlement. Go to our A-Z list of databases How to create your EndNote online account 18
  19. 19. Sub title Full page image 19
  20. 20. Sub title RM s stuff 20 Go to London.libguides.com Use SUMMON to searchh Sample subject search
  21. 21. 21 Run your search Click on folder to save items of interest
  22. 22. 22 Go to the saved items folder to export
  23. 23. Sub title RM s stuff 23 Export to Endnote and save Change to Harvard style here
  24. 24. Return to Endnote: Collect > Import References Import as a RefMan RIS file
  25. 25. Sub title 25 Go to My Groups to find your imported data
  26. 26. Sub title 26 Go to Word Endnote web should show 1 Write and when you are ready to insert a citation click on the above and search to locate the item you are citing 2
  27. 27. 27 When you have located the reference click insert
  28. 28. 28 The in line citation is there And in the reference list at the end
  29. 29. 29 We hope this quick run-through helped If you have questions Email: library@london.edu

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