Academic resources and referencing for postgraduate study Katherine Hughes On behalf of Clare McCluskey Dean Academic Liaison Librarian Key aims To highlight the resources available for
academic study at postgraduate level To give examples of how to find, evaluate, use, and reference these resources Learning outcomes At the end of this session, you will be able to Demonstrate knowledge of different types of resources that can be used for research
Demonstrate a knowledge of the main attributes of each type of resource Use an appropriate search tool to obtain resources Harvard reference key resource types Task In pairs or small groups, list as many types of
resource that you have used in previous study as possible You have two minutes Task Are there any types of resource missing from the list? What makes each of these different?
Some types of resource Textbooks overview of a topic/practical guide Journal articles research, usually narrow focus Policy Government guidance etc. Professional news from across the sector Theses research from PhDs etc. Conference papers usually research in progress
And more The type of resource, and how you integrate it in your work, is more important than how you accessed it.
Why reference? To give due credit to the authors/creators of the original work The consistent style allows the reader to see what type of information has been used and to find it themselves First question
What type of resource is it? Second question Who is the author?
What makes a citation? Page(s) from which the information came Author surname(s)
(Stacey, 2009, p.10) Date of publication Citation (Author, date) Used for general points, summarising
(Author, date, page) Used for direct quotes or paraphrasing Not always available for web pages can leave it out then Direct quotes Job descriptions for Early Years practitioners
usually mention the importance of being part of a team. (Stacey, 2009, p.11). Stacey (2009, p.11) states that Job descriptions for Early Years practitioners usually mention the importance of being part of a team.. Paraphrasing Teamwork is often mentioned in job descriptions
for those working in Early Years settings (Stacey, 2009, p.11). Stacey (2009, p.11) asserts that teamwork is often mentioned in job descriptions for those working in Early Years settings. Synthesis Teamwork, and interprofessional working, is a key part of the
role of those working in Early Years settings (Miller Cable and Devereux, 2005; Reed, 2009; Stacey, 2009). Miller, L., Cable, C. and Devereux, J. (2005) Developing early years practice. London, David Fulton. Reed, M. (2009) Partnership working in the early years. In: Callan, S. and Robins, A. eds. Managing early years settings: supporting and leading teams. Los Angeles, Sage, pp.65-82. Stacey, M. (2009) Teamwork and collaboration in early years settings. Exeter, Learning
Matters. What makes a book reference? Author(s) Date of publication
Stacey, M. (2009) Teamwork and collaboration in early years settings. Exeter: Learning Matters. Place of publication Publisher
Title Referencing websites Childrens Workforce Matters (no date) The children, young people and families workforce project. Available at: http:// www.childrensworkforcematters.org.uk /about/children-young-people-familiesworkforce-project (Accessed: 23
September 2015). Official documents - policy National College for Teaching & Leadership (2013) Teachers standards (early years). NCTL00108-2013. London: National College for Teaching & Leadership. A common query
How do I reference a PDF? PDFs are printable, online versions of an existing resource (e.g. book, newspaper article) reference as the resource type RefWorks There are many tools to help you with collating the resources you use and then
referencing them They only work well if you understand the information that is going into them The main one at YSJ is RefWorks Tutorial available Search Success Gives an introduction to resource location and
evaluation https://www.yorksj.ac.uk/ils/searchsuccess/ For further help Clare McCluskey Dean Academic Liaison Librarian for School of Education
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