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NT Secondary Students LibGuide: Referencing Activities

This guide will provide you with links, videos and useful information that will help you during your secondary studies.

Activity 1: What is it?

       

 

Instructions:

Download the Activity 1 file below.

There are nine different items.

Identify each item by choosing one option from the box at the bottom of each page

Write your answer on the answer sheet provided by the librarian in class.

Activity 2: Fix the rubbish references

 

                                                                  

Instructions:

Below are three references which have been created by citation generators.

Copy and paste each reference into a Word document and correct them with the help of the CDU Harvard Referencing Guide.

 

Journal article

Bacha, N.N., Bahous, R. & Nabhani, M., 2012. High schoolers’ views on academic integrity. Research Papers in Education, 27(3), pp.365–381.

 

eBook

MacCabe, D.L., Butterfield, K.D., and Treviño, L.K. (2012). Cheating in college: why students do it and what educators can do about it. Baltimore: :Johns Hopkins University Press.

 

Webpage (Hint: visit the webpage. Who is the correct author? What is the correct year?)

Learnline.cdu.edu.au. (2019). Why reference?. [online] Available at: http://learnline.cdu.edu.au/studyskills/studyskills/whyreference.html [Accessed 1 Mar. 2019].

 

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