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Teaching referencing to students new to Higher Education - Gandour


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Teaching referencing to students new to Higher Education - Gandour

  1. 1. While we wait…
  2. 2. TEACHING REFERENCING TO STUDENTS NEW TO HIGHER EDUCATION Aurélie Gandour Tavistock and Portman NHS FoundationTrust
  3. 3. Students new to Higher Education
  4. 4. Parameters of the session
  5. 5. CITING in-text: the basics The basic citation that you will use most of the time: Recent research in herbology (Longbottom, 2013) has shown that… (Surname,YEAR) … as shown in its annual report (Ministry of Magic, 2016) …
  6. 6. CITING in-text : the basics If you have used the name of the author within the sentence, take it out of the brackets: (YEAR) In his recent article, Neville Longbottom (2013) found that… … as the Ministry of Magic’s annual report showed (2016) …
  7. 7. CITING in-text : the basics Conversely, if you have used the year within the sentence, you can take it out of the brackets: (Surname) In this 2013 article (Longbottom), it was noted that… … as the 2016 annual report showed (Ministry of Magic) …
  8. 8. Citing Exercise – Level 1
  9. 9. Citing Exercise – Level 1 1. In her first book, Rowling (1997) built the premises of her well-known series of children's books. 2. ... non-wizard people are called "muggles" (Rowling, 1997). 3. Of all the books published in 1997, Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone (Rowling) is probably…
  10. 10. Tiny steps and small wins
  11. 11. Assessing understanding
  12. 12. Level 1 - Referencing a ‘simple’ book Surname, I. (YEAR) Title of the book.Town: Publisher. Burbage, C. (2002) Non-magical populations of the UK. London: Leaky Cauldron Press. Department of Mysteries (2008) Of the lasting preservation of prophecies. London: Ministry for Magic.
  13. 13. Referencing Jigsaw… an exercise
  14. 14. Level 2 – A ‘complex’ book Author1, I., Author 2, I. and Author3, I. (YEAR) Title of the book. Xth edn.Town: Publisher (Book series, number). Black, P., Dippet,A., Derwent, D. and Everard, P. (1978) Headmasters’ Secrets. 3rd edn. London: Flourish & Blotts (Words from the Great, 12).
  15. 15. Referencing Jigsaw… an exercise
  16. 16. Final referencing exercise
  17. 17. How will I remember everything?