You must include a bibliography using Cite This For Me set to the Harvard Style.
Please seek assistance from the Learning Commons staff when preparing your bibliography.
Begin your bibliography as soon as you begin investigating (researching) by recording the following as a minimum.
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Acknowledgement of Sources
Mater Christi College uses the Harvard author-date style of referencing. Examples of this are available to the community on this page.
Students are required to acknowledge the source of all data, photographs, diagrams, illustrations, maps and so on used in their work.
Students are encouraged to use online citation generators to ensure correct formatting of bibliographies:
The library staff are able to provide students with assistance in referencing and guidelines for academic honesty.
The student is ultimately responsible for ensuring that all work submitted is authentic, with the work or ideas of others fully and correctly acknowledged. Students are expected to review their work before submission to ensure plagiarism has not been committed.
Mater Christi College is committed to the principles of restorative justice. Students are counselled by their subject teacher about the reasons for their academic dishonesty. Students will be asked to resubmit their work for assessment.
Students in senior school (years 10-12) will receive a Progress Notification.
Students in the middle school (years 7-9) will be referred to the Learning Leader.
American Woodworker, (2015). Woodworking Around the Home with the Neighbourhood Carpenter - 05 Little Free Library. [video] Available at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EMApN1EHEQU [Accessed 23 Nov. 2015].
Announcement flyer. (2015). 1st ed. [ebook] Hudson: Little Free Library, p.1. Available at: http://littlefreelibrary.org/stewards-friends/how-to-information/ [Accessed 5 Oct. 2015].
Bone, C. (2012). Five reasons to build a little free library. Kidaround, 5(4), p.21.
Brown, S. (2014). Little Free Libraries popping up across Melbourne. [online] ABC News. Available at: http://www.abc.net.au/news/2014-12-03/little-free-library-movement-takes-off-in-melbourne/5936466 [Accessed 17 Nov. 2015].
Corbett, S. (2013). The complete illustrated guide to woodworking. Leicestershire: Southwater.
Kresse, J. (2015). This Little Free Library on Springfield Avenue was modeled after a little red schoolhouse. [image] Available at: http://bayviewcompass.com/take-a-book-leave-a-book-at-a-little-free-library/ [Accessed 9 Nov. 2015].
Little Free Library, (2015). The history of the little free library. [online] Available at: http://littlefreelibrary.org/ourhistory/ [Accessed 30 Sep. 2015].
Wilonsky, R. (2015). Dallas throws the book at family’s Little Free Library, but city officials are looking for a happy ending. The Dallas Morning News. [online] Available at: http://cityhallblog.dallasnews.com/2015/04/dallas-throws-the-book-at-familys-little-free-library-but-city-officials-are-looking-for-a-happy-ending.html/ [Accessed 30 Apr. 2015].