APA Referencing guide. Academic conventions and copyright law require that you acknowledge when you use the ideas of others.
In most cases, this means stating which book or journal article is the source of an idea or quotation. This guide draws from the: American Psychological Association. (2010). Publication manual of the American Psychological Association (6th ed.). Washington, DC: Author. University policy mandates the use of the APA Style defined by this referencing guide. On this page: How to cite references within the text of an assignment (including citations from secondary sources and Creative Commons) Harvard Referencing Web-CITE. Harvard Reference Generator Tool: Harvard/APA Referencing created for essays, reports and dissertations. About This Tool If you're a student and have ever had to write Reports, Essays or Theses, you will have had to reference what you have used in your report.
If you mention something that someone else has written, you need to give them credit by referencing them. The Harvard Referencing System is one of the preferred layouts for these references. It is a relatively strict way of arranging the bibliographical information. This tool takes in the raw information - author, title, year of publication - and creates the reference in the correct form.
You can then highlight and copy this into the bibliography section of your report. You then reference this next to the relevant section within your essay in the format (Author, Year) such as (Smith, 2005). Paperpile. BibMe.
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The "old" web pages will still be available for a limited period, but they will not be updated any more. Welcome to the library! Main objective of the library The main objective of the University library is to collect and make available information in order to contribute to improving the quality of the research, teaching and dissemination of knowledge that takes place at the University of Bergen. The University Library offers * Books, journals, pictures, maps, and manuscripts * Access to electronic resources: information databases, e-books, e-journals, etc. * Assistance in finding relevant information * Courses/instruction in how to use the library's collections and services * Learning resource centres with workstations with computers and AV equipment, and with network for connecting your own PC.
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But more than that, because of the great changes that have occurred in the world of information during last decade, AILIS provides an opportunity to learn about the trends in our profession. In particular AILIS co-sponsors the programme "Library Science Talks" which consists of 5-6 presentations per year given by internationally recognized specialists in the field. International organizations are major providers and users of data and need to stay current to continue serving their constituents with easily accessible and up-to-date information. Their libraries and information centres play a vital role in this work .
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Books That Bring History Into Context. As Katherine Paterson writes in “Why Historical Fiction?”
“History gives us a pair of powerful eyeglasses with which to examine our own times. It is hard to look directly at our present reality because we are both too myopic and too faint-hearted.” History is alive, and historical books provide opportunities for young readers to experience times and places that, although not their own, have the potential to influence their understandings about the events of the past, the ways in which history both shaped and was shaped by individuals and groups of people, and how those people and events affect present realities.
Furthermore, literature can provide multiple perspectives on history and historical events, giving voice to those whose perspectives have been excluded from other accounts. The books featured in this post demonstrate the power of children’s literature—regardless of genre and text type—both to provide information for young readers and to tell the stories of history. Ages 4–8. Australian Library and Information Association. Deakin University Library.