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A bibliography is a list of all resources used and it should be attached to all pieces of work.
Copying work directly from resources is plagiarism and will be heavily penalised.
Students should acknowledge resources used in writing their work. This can be done via the footnotes or within the body of the text. Your teachers can assist you with this skill.
Here are some examples of the Harvard style of bibliography:
When referencing books in your bibliography include the following information in this order:
Freeman, L. (Ed.) (2002). John Main, Essential Writings. Marynoll: Orbis
When referencing reference books in your bibliography include the following information in this order:
The Cambridge Encyclopaedia of Human Evolution. (1992). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
When referencing newspaper or magazine articles in your bibliography include the following information in this order:
Scrinis, G. (1999). Cloning: Just Say No. The Age. 15 March, p 13.
When referencing internet content in your bibliography include the following information in this order:
Beasley, Maurine H. (2001). Roosevelt Eleanor. [Internet]. Chicago, World Book Inc.
Available from : http://www.worldbookonline.com [11 June, 2004].
To help you categorise and organise your resources download the bibliography worksheet.
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