Introduction.- PART I: ALL ABOUT/UNDERSTANDING REFERENCING.- Writing at University.- The Essentials of Referencing.- Referencing Styles Family Trees.- Referencing in Action a Student at Work.- The Research Process and Using Ideas.- Using Sources in your Writing.- Write with Confidence.- PART II: UNDERSTANDING PLAGIARISM.- Plagiarism and Academic Integrity.- 'It's my own Work.' What Does that Mean?.- Why Show your Sources?.- Getting Help with your Work.- What Counts as Plagiarism?.- You're the Author: Who Can Tell?.- PART III: REFERENCING: THE PRACTICALITIES.- Frequently Asked Questions.- Essential Sources and Examples.- More Sources and Examples.- Styles of Referencing.- References.- Index.
Kate Williams manages Upgrade, the Study Advice Service at Oxford
Brookes University, UK. She has worked
with students from Foundation to PhD and has written a range of books and materials on study skills including
Study Skills (Macmillan 1989), one of the first in the field. With experience of project management in both writing
and editing, she is also the Series Editor for Pocket Study Skills.
JUDE CARROLL is the leading expert in the field of plagiarism in the UK. She is Deputy Director of ASKe, a Centre for Excellence in Teaching and Learning. She researches, writes and delivers workshops and conference presentations on deterring students from plagiarism and on effective teaching strategies for international students. She is the author of The Handbook for Deterring Plagiarism in Higher Education (Oxford Brookes: 2007) and jointly edited Teaching International Students: Improving Learning for All (RoutledgeFalmer: 2005) with Dr Janette Ryan of Monsah University.