"Your words, not mine" – Citation for students
|Thursday, 11 January 2024||at 15:30|
|Thursday, 08 February 2024||at 15:30|
|Thursday, 04 April 2024||at 15:30|
|Thursday, 23 May 2024||at 15:30|
The mark given on your term paper, research paper or bachelor’s thesis partly depends on correct citation. But why should you cite at all? And what is the correct "method of citation"? In this webinar, you can work out answers to these and further fundamental questions revolving around the issue of citing. After the course, you will be able to differentiate between independent and dependent publications, know about different types of citation styles and can draw up a correct and well-structured bibliographic reference list.
- Why is citing necessary at all?
- What sources merit citing?
- Citing different types of publications
- Citing styles
- Direct and indirect citations
- Drawing up a bibliographic reference list
Target groups: School and university students and all users wishing to work in a scholarly manner
► To the webinar room
(You are asked to assign any desired guest name.)
(The webinar will be held in German.)
Please allow for around 1.5 hours duration of the course.
Access to the webinar room will be enabled 15 minutes before the scheduled start.