Worried about your referencing?Posted: May 18, 2016
Just when you thought you had referencing mastered, an absolute cracker of a referencing problem rears its ugly head.
Maybe you are following APA and can’t find the articles DOI. Where is it? Don’t all articles have a DOI? Shall I just use the URL of the article in the database? Wait, what does a DOI look like again?
If you are struggling to find an answer to your referencing problem, we have the solution! Book a 20-minute Research and Referencing Consultation with an Information Literacy Librarian.
Information Literacy Librarians are the referencing guru’s who have all the answers (well, most of them anyway, and they know how to research the rest!)
They can help with your tricky referencing problem, or simply provide guidance with referencing principles and their application to academic writing.
Or if you need assistance with finding, evaluating, and using information for assessments, they are down with that too. This includes searching the library catalogue, databases and the internet for appropriate scholarly material.
Since so many of you are already familiar with these consultations, they book out super fast. So get in quick! Remember, the early bird catches the worm (#sorrynotsorry for using a lame saying to make my point).
Are you off campus and need help with research or referencing? Stay in your warm cozy bed with a laptop and the cat (or dog!) and book an online consultation. Or if your pants are on and your hair is brushed, you can meet with an actual real-life librarian, face-to-face (yes, pants are a requirement).