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Lecture materials from BREO (Blackboard)

In text:

All care decisions have an ethical dimension (Preston-Shoot, 2006).

Reference list:
The elements which should be included in your bibliography/reference lists are :

(i) Author or tutor

(ii) Year of publication (in round brackets)

(iii) Title of item 'in single quotation marks'

(iv) Module code: module title (in italics)

(vii) Available at: URL of VLE

(viii) (Accessed: day month year)

Example:

Preston-Shoot, M. (2005) 'Week 3: Ethics of adult care'. ASS049-1 Foundations in the Social Sciences. Available at: http://breo.beds.ac.uk (Accessed: 2 May 2006).


Lectures/seminars/PowerPoint Presentations

In text:                                                                                                                                                                       

Brevity and clarity are usually more impressive than long lists (Graham, 2016).

Reference list:
The elements which should be included in your bibliography/reference lists are :

(i) Author / lecturer

(ii) Year (in round brackets)

(iii) Title of communication (in italics)

(iv) Medium (in square brackets)

(iv) Module code: module title (in italics) (if known)

(v) Institution

(vi) Day and month

OR if accessed online, replace Institution, day and month with: 

(v) Available at: URL

(vi) (Accessed: date)

Example:

Graham, J. (2016) Creating your CV [Lecture to BA Healthcare], ASS048-1: Introduction to the Human Services.  University of Bedfordshire. 24 January.

Referencing
This guide uses the UoB-Harvard system. Always consult your unit handbook or tutor to make sure you are using the correct system for the unit. Some subjects use other systems.
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