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Developing good study skills will really help you in your studies. Browse the resources in the tabs below to start to learn more about essay writing, referencing and the research process.
Click on the tabs to start to learn about essay writing and the research process.
The Library has resources on referencing, researching and academic writing. Here are some examples. For subject specific resources on this topic, see the Getting Started page.
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Hover over the links to view summaries of websites which will help you with writing your essay.
Hover over the links to view summaries of websites which will help you with writing your report. Includes lots of examples of different types of reports.
APA Referencing and Plagiarism
Students are required to use the APA referencing system for written assignments. APA is now in its 6th edition.
Copying the words and ideas of others without acknowledging correct ownership is called plagiarism. Plagiarism by a student may result in disciplinary action.
The Library Service has produced a pdf guide to help you with referencing. Find it on the Referencing and Plagiarism LibGuide.
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