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Referencing as evidence

You are required to reference your sources as evidence of your academic integrity. Failing to cite your sources is plagiarism.

Referencing is very important when:

  • paraphrasing and summarising the ideas / words / works of others
  • quoting directly from a source.

You must follow the instructions in your Course Guide on the required method of referencing. See Guidelines for the presentation of written work .

Further information

Refer to the following resources for detailed information on referencing.

Guidelines for the presentation of written work
Referencing for business
Paraphrasing

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