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16 Jun A guideline to Harvard Referencing



Jonny, a university student at the College of Derby, clarifies Harvard Referencing. He discusses how to use citations and how to reference various sources these as publications, journals and sites.
http://www.derby.ac.british isles/studyskills

http://www.derby.ac.british isles/library/analyze-techniques/citing-and-referencing

23 Comments
  • Sai Mak
    Posted at 03:18h, 16 June

    Sounds like a lot of work

  • ChatsGames
    Posted at 03:18h, 16 June

    cheers jonny

  • Harry Craggs
    Posted at 03:18h, 16 June

    This video was very handy indeed. Thank you :)

  • Denise Howell
    Posted at 03:18h, 16 June

    excellent video!

  • Ms. Reem Al Kiyumi
    Posted at 03:18h, 16 June

    excellent work !!

  • David Todman
    Posted at 03:18h, 16 June

    A good usable guide …. nice work Johnny

  • Junior Ashih
    Posted at 03:18h, 16 June

    What about referencing an article

  • E McC
    Posted at 03:18h, 16 June

    Anyone know how to reference something from YouTube. SOS!

  • Spyros Bonatsos
    Posted at 03:18h, 16 June

    Hi – I am using mendeley as a citation manager. I have selected the Harvard Reserence format 1 and it doesn't place a comma between the author and the publication date when in paraphrasing. In this video at 2:35 shows a comma between the author and the publication date. Why? Thank you

  • Shum Man him
    Posted at 03:18h, 16 June

    Yo

  • Shum Man him
    Posted at 03:18h, 16 June

    Mark is a mother fker

  • Shum Man him
    Posted at 03:18h, 16 June

    Mark is a mother fker

  • Shum Man him
    Posted at 03:18h, 16 June

    Fk that mark

  • Shum Man him
    Posted at 03:18h, 16 June

    Fk that mark

  • rashonah
    Posted at 03:18h, 16 June

    in case of quotation.. do i have to write the surname instead of the author' name?? I'm still confused

  • John Oliver McCoy
    Posted at 03:18h, 16 June

    Very helpful. Thanks a lot

  • kelvin mwangi
    Posted at 03:18h, 16 June

    helped alot man.thnx

  • M Mo
    Posted at 03:18h, 16 June

    Thank you very very much it has helped me a lot.

  • MojaKann
    Posted at 03:18h, 16 June

    0:34 – Citing and referencing
    1:08 – Direct vs paraphrased citation
    2:37 – The reference section of your work…
    3:22 – Referencing a book
    4:02 – Referencing an e-book
    4:51 – Referencing a journal
    5:26 – Referencing an online journal
    6:27 – Referencing a website
    7:03 – Any more info

  • bobharrisa
    Posted at 03:18h, 16 June

    derby is where all the stupid people go hjaha

  • Mahira Rehman
    Posted at 03:18h, 16 June

    Thank you so much!

  • xandru tait
    Posted at 03:18h, 16 June

    Excellent video,very precise and informative.

  • Amy Marsh
    Posted at 03:18h, 16 June

    Great help, thank you so much

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