Event

Referencing Made Easy

Everything you need to know about referencing your work

  • Tue 21 Nov 17

    12:00 - 13:00

  • Colchester Campus

    Library Reading Room - Training Room

  • Event speaker

    Esther Wilkinson and Ai Gooch

  • Event type

    Workshops, training and support
    TDC Academic Skills Workshops

  • Event organiser

    Talent Development Centre

  • Contact details

Find out what you need to know to reference your work properly.

This interactive session will introduce you to referencing and why it is important when writing your assignments.  You will also learn what to reference, how to construct your references, and where to go for help and support.

 

Our workshops run all year round at our Helpdesk in the Silberrad Student Centre, and cover all aspects of academic skills, maths and statistics.  You can also book a 1:1 appointment with an advisor to talk over anything in your studies that you need help with.

Have a browse through the sessions that are available this term, or pop along to the Helpdesk to find out more.

 

 

Referencing Made Easy

This event is organised in collaboration between the Talent Development Centre and the Library, as part of the TDC's programme of academic skills workshops

Talent Development Centre

The Talent Development Centre is here to help you succeed in your studies and achieve your potential.  We offer support and resources to help improve your writing, maths, research, study skills and English language, no matter what your discipline or level of study.

Come to our Helpdesk in the Silberrad Student Centre to find out more about our services, and how we can help.

Albert Sloman Library

The Library provides access to print and online resources for all students and researchers at the University of Essex. We can also help you to make the best use of these resources - just come and speak to member of staff at one of our staffed desks, contact us by e-mail or telephone, or visit our website.

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