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Harvard Referencing, Ref Works, and Plagarism Research

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Transcript of Harvard Referencing, Ref Works, and Plagarism Research

Harvard Referencing, Ref Works and Plagiarism Research
Plagarism
Definition varies in between different organisations
In university-speak Plagiarism is 'a lack of academic integrity'
Three main forms of Plagiarism: copying another person's work, presenting your ideas with a bit of someone else's ideas without referencing it and paraphrasing another person's work without referencing it
Survey of 140 students at Northumbria University - 70.9% believed Plagiarism was a common practice

Harvard Referencing
Adair,J.(2009) .London:Kogan Page.
Leadership and motivation
Eyal, O., Roth, G. (2011) Principals' leadership and teachers' motivation.
Journal of Educational Administration
, 49(3), p. 256-275.
Sarkus, D. (2006) The strongest motivation: Leadership from the heart.
BNP Media
, Nov 2006 [Online]. Available at: www.ishn.com
[Accessed: 17 October 2013].
The main differences between Harvard Referencing and the UWL Version of Harvard Referencing
Northouse, P.G. (1997)
9, p.530. [Online]. Available at: http:www.sciencedirect.com.ezproxy.uwl.ac.uk/science/article/pii/S1048984398900157. [Accessed At: 17th October 2013]
Leadership: Theory and Practise
Refworks
Refworks Bibliography Folders
Harvard Referencing

No full stop at the end of your reference
(Accessed at:) - round brackets
Available at: URL (only for online journals) E.g. http://ezproxy.uwl.ac.uk/login?url=http://search.proquest.com.ezproxy.uwl.ac.uk/docview/194165049?accountid=14769
UWL Version Of Harvard Referencing

Full stop at the end of your reference
[Accessed at:] - square brackets
Available at: Web address (only for online journals) E.g. www.ft.com
Adair,J.(2009) .London:Kogan Page.

Leadership and Motivation
Eyal, O., Roth, G. (2011) Principals' leadership and teachers' motivation.
Journal of Educational
, 49(3), p. 256-275.
Administration
Sarkus, D. (2006) The strongest motivation: Leadership from the heart.
BNP Media
[Accessed: 17 October 2013].
Northouse, P.G. (1997) . 9, p.530. [Online]. Available at: http:www.sciencedirect.com.ezproxy.uwl.ac.uk/science/article/pii/S1048984398900157. [Accessed At: 17th October 2013].
Leadership: Theory and Practise
Bibliography
Neville, C. (2007)
The Complete Guide to Referencing and Avoiding Plagiarism
. Maidenhead:
Open University Press.
Pears R., Shields, G.(2008)
Cite them right: the essential referencing guide
. 7th ed. Newcastle upon
Tyne: Pear Tree Books.
Refworks is a software that allows to gather, manage and
store different types of information and sources.

E.g. of Plagiarism: 140 students believe Plagiarism is a common practice

Plagiarism=Criminal Offence
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