Why should you cite references?When to cite or reference?When not to citeActivity 1 - when to cite
Direct Quotations & Paraphrasing- Books- Book chapters- Journal article (print)- Journal article (electronic)- World Wide WebActivity 2 - Create a book citationActivity 3- Create a journal article citationActivity 4 - Creating a world wide web citation
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