Tag: referencing

Return of the Referencing Pop-Ups!

Good referencing and citation can make the difference between a good mark and a great mark, so it’s worth taking some time over. Sure, there are apps and other shortcuts you *could* use, but when there are all-important marks at

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Referencing drop-in clinics return

The popular Referencing Drop-in Clinics series returns to the Library Atrium next week, beginning on Monday, 6th March.  Bring your referencing and citation questions, general and specific, to our expert team, who will be happy to help you solve any challenges you

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Referencing clinic for non-Law students in Library Seminar Room 2

Update 12.01.16 – The referencing clinic may be over but you can get help and advice on finding useful quality information and referencing every day in the Library during staffed hours or email us for advice at any time.  Speak

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Once we popped, we couldn’t stop!

Here in the Enquiries team we answer a lot of questions about referencing via email and online chat, but we don’t always get that many in person, from students visiting us at the Support Services Desk. We wondered if that was

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Referencing drop-in clinics extended for another week (28 Nov – 2 Dec)

Due to popular demand, the referencing drop-in clinic in the Library Atrium is running again all next week (28 November – 2 December 2016). Library staff also explain how referencing works, sort out specific referencing problems and answer any and all questions about referencing, citing and

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Helping you face your referencing fears…

So you’ve finished the essay. You’ve found all the sources you need, you’ve read them, and you’ve produced an essay that’s practically perfect in every way. And then your tutor says you need to work on your referencing. Your heart

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Law referencing drop-in health check with Linda Jones

Are you studying Law?  Linda Jones, our Law Librarian, is holding a referencing drop-in session in Seminar Room 2 (near the Support Services Desk in Area 0A) at 12-2 pm next Wednesday, 2 November.  Bring your Law assignments and referencing worries

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Problem adding references from EBSCO resources directly into EndNote (resolved)

Update 08/11/2016 – This problem has now been resolved. EBSCO have reported a problem adding references directly from their resources into EndNote, including the Discovery Service.  The problem is reportedly with EndNote and both companies are working hard to resolve it.  It is

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RefME: referencing simplified

RefME is a referencing app that allows you to scan barcodes or search for the article and it will import a reference for you.  The RefME WebClipper offers a way to grab information about articles as you view them.  RefME is a popular time

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Crosswords over plagiarism

or “How I decided to stop worrying and learned to love citing my sources” Citing your sources and compiling complete and accurate reference lists for assignments often seems like an arbitrary exercise.  Given that all scholarship, journalism and thought involves rediscovering, reinterpreting and representing what has

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