I’m pleased to announce that the first two volumes in my latest series, Citations Made Simple: A Student’s Guide to Referencing, are now available for purchase in both print and digital forms!
This set of four guides correspond with four main formatting styles – APA, Harvard, Chicago, and Vancouver – and are written in a way that is clear and easy to understand. Information is given on the general requirements of each format, the correct way to cite sources, and all the formatting requirements for different types of bibliography entries.
The following ‘how-to’ information is included for each citation style:
* Referencing a Printed Book
* Referencing an Online Book
* Referencing a Section or Chapter of a Printed Edited Volume
* Referencing a Section or Chapter of an Online Edited Volume
* Referencing a Printed Journal Article
* Referencing an Online Journal Article
* Referencing a Printed Newspaper Article
* Referencing an Online Newspaper Article
* Referencing a Printed Report or Data Set File
* Referencing an Online Report or Data Set File
* Referencing a Dissertation or Thesis
* Referencing a Source Without a Named Author
* Referencing Visual Material
The first volume – looking at the APA (6th edition) format – is detailed below…
In addition, the second volume – looking at the Harvard format – is also available…
For information regarding my other books, ‘First Class English Literature Essays‘ and ‘Never Too Late: A Mature Student’s Guide to Going to University‘, please click here!