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Year 11 Biology: Referencing/Bibliographies

Year 11 Biology

How to write in-text citations

The difference between resources

How to write an Annotated Bibliography

A bibliography is an alphabetical list, by author, of the sources (books, journals, websites, etc) you have used to research and write your assignment.  A bibliography usually includes information such as the author, title, publisher and date. An annotation is a concise summary and/or evaluation of the value or relevance of each source.   An annotated bibliography combines these two elements and provides bibliographic information plus a summary and/ or evaluation of each of the sources you have used. An annotated bibliography may be one part of a larger assessment item.

UNSW- Sample Annotation

What is a database?

Online Referencing Generator


Harvard Referencing

Here's a look at how to correctly reference using the Harvard style and how to avoid plagiarism.

Primary v's Seconday Sources

Source Credibility