As mentioned already, in order to do good research, you need to reference any words, ideas or images you have used in your assignment that are not your own original thoughts.
Following the Harvard Style, this involves two elements:
Let's take a look at these two elements in more detail...
When you are writing up your projects, you may choose to quote, paraphrase or summarise your sources.
Whether you decide to quote, paraphrase or summarise, don't forget to reference all your sources by including a citation (in-text) and a full reference (at the end) of your assignment.
(Lauren's The Write Way, 2016)
A reference list is a detailed list of all the sources (books, journals, webpages etc.) that you
have cited in your work.
In the Harvard Style, the list of references is arranged alphabetically according to the main
author's surname, and is placed on a separate page at the end of your essay.
References to books, journals, webpages etc. follow certain templates in the Harvard Style.
We will look at these templates in more detail in the next section.
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