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How to Footnote
The Footnote/ Bibliography method requires two elements: footnotes throughout your assignment, and a bibliography or list of references at the end.
State Library of NSW PIP Guide
Selected sections of the award winning Personal Interest Projects have been digitised to show excellence in various areas related to the construction of the PIP's.
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.
Oxford Referencing Guide
The Oxford Referencing style is a note citation system.It is also sometimes referred to as a documentary-note style. It has two components:
- Footnote Citation
- Reference List
Online Referencing Generator
Referencing using the Harvard Author-Date System
Primary v's Seconday Sources