Is a reference list and bibliography the same thing?
A REFERENCE LIST is a list of all the sources that you have used as in-text references in your assignment. A BIBLIOGRAPHY is a wider list of readings that includes both in-text references and other sources you have consulted.
When should you not cite sources?
When to Cite
- Cite when you are directly quoting. This is the easiest rule to understand.
- Cite when you are summarizing and paraphrasing.
- Cite when you are citing something that is highly debatable.
- Don’t cite when what you are saying is your own insight.
- Don’t cite when you are stating common knowledge.
How do you keep a bibliography?
Collect this information for each Web Site:
- author name.
- title of the publication (and the title of the article if it’s a magazine or encyclopedia)
- date of publication.
- the place of publication of a book.
- the publishing company of a book.
- the volume number of a magazine or printed encyclopedia.
- the page number(s)
How do you add references to RefWorks?
You can import PDFs of journal article into RefWorks to create instant references. Either drag and drop individual PDFs into RefWorks, or click on the + button and Upload Document, then select the PDFs you want to import.
How do you get references from RefWorks?
To import references in RefWorks Tagged Format:
- Log-in to your RefWorks account.
- Select References, Import.
- Select RefWorks Tagged Format as the data source.
- Click the Browse button and locate the . txt file you wish to import.
- Click Import.
- The references will appear in the Last Imported Folder.
How do you save references in Word?
Create a bibliography, citations, and references
- Put your cursor at the end of the text you want to cite.
- Go to References > Style, and choose a citation style.
- Select Insert Citation.
- Choose Add New Source and fill out the information about your source.