It has been argued that insufficient attention paid to staff training increases the risk of staff committing plagiarism (Beins, 2012).
Weiss and Dube come to a different conclusion in their study (Weiss & Dube, 2016).
Winter provides an illustration of the personal construct formulations of self‐harm (Winter, 2003).
Whisenhunt et al. (2019) argue that it is important to consider context in order to make content meaningful.
... in the short and medium term at least (Pym, 2016).
At some institutions there is a "culture of giving lectures" (Race, 1999, p. 55).
...the subtle composition of the train carriage scenes (Hitchcock, 1941).
Need to know more about the Author-Date, Footnotes, or Numbered styles?
You can find videos to learn more about the styles in use and some quizzes you can take to make sure you know what you need to do, on KLaSS:
The guide above was updated in September 2022 to clarify:
You need to provide a list of the sources you have used; In APA 7th Style this is called a Reference List. It is arranged in alphabetical order by the author's surname:
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Burton, S. (2015, June 9). The academic e-book landscape: Technological problems. CILIP. Retrieved September 12, 2015, from https://archive.cilip.org.uk/blog/academic-e-book-landscape-technological-problems
Dermody, K., & Majekodunmi, N. (2011). Online databases and the research experience for university students with print disabilities. Library Hi Tech, 29(1), 149-160.
Farkhas, M. (2016) Accessibility matters: Ensuring a good online library experience for all our patrons. American Libraries Magazine, September-October, 54. https://americanlibrariesmagazine.org/2016/09/01/accessibility-matters/