References and Citations (Advanced)
Gain Better Understanding of the Format and Style for References
In this course, we will be discussing all the important concepts related to references and citations. We will begin with some key topics like the concept of citation, reference, bibliography, and annotated bibliography. We also will focus on how researchers can avoid plagiarism and share some tips on a literature survey should be conducted.
We will then move on to when researchers should consider providing citations and what aspects of an article do not require citations. We will then move on to the popular citations styles that are used for referencing such as the APA and Vancouver style of referencing. We finally will discuss some of the popular tools and software that are used for reference management such as Mendeley, EndNote, and Zotero.
At the end of the course, students and researchers would have increased awareness of the following aspects:
Ms. Jenny Delasalle
Chapter 1: Introduction to References & Citations (Text + Audio)
Chapter 2: Basic Concepts of References & Citations (Text + Audio)
Chapter 3: From Search to Citation (Text + Audio)
Chapter 4: When to Cite? (Text + Audio)
Chapter 5: Understanding Different Citation Styles (Text + Audio)
Chapter 6: Guide to APA Style (Text + Audio)
Chapter 7: Guide to Vancouver Style (Audio + Video)
Chapter 8: Using Bibliographic Tools & Software
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