In this video, a student, Jacob comes up with a brilliant idea to compile over hundreds of highly relevant citations for his reference list in just under an hour. Without this shortcut, Jacob might have spent a week tidying up his references before submitting his paper. Do you want to learn how Jacob so painlessly created the reference list? Watch the video below and see what Jacob ends up doing after he meets with Prof. Ian, his co-supervisor of the research project.
In this video, the 4 students have used skills learned in Section 3 to evaluate the information found in various databases on a journal article, e-books, anatomy and drug information, etc. They have now come up with a batch of most relevant information that they will use in their community health project assignment which comprises the creation of patient education materials and the writing up of a project report.
They meet to discuss what information they should use to fulfil the information tasks. The issue of properly citing sources of the information used also comes up as a skill that they also need to master to avoid plagiarism.
In this video, a team of students found one article about the candy-soda geyser from the Journal of Chemical Education and would like to add this into the General Chemistry Laboratory. However, the journal article was published in 2007, so it is a bit out of date.
Prof Cheong encourages you to search for any recent updates to this experiment.
MLA format is primarily used by students and academics in the humanities. This video will guide you through how to format your title page, heading and Works Cited page in MLA format in the Google docs environment.
In this video playlist, you’ll learn how to create APA reference entries for different source types (books, journal articles, videos, etc.) and what to do with multiple authors or missing information. It’s simpler than you think!