References on turn in paper
Writing references is a pretty easy thing to do, however your teacher or lecturer or whomever is making you do the report should have taught you how to do references correctly (or at least in the manner they want them.)
You should speak to the lecturer/teacher/whoever about how they want it done.
There is a good guide at:
that shows you how to write a good set of references. It is very important on references to write the name of the author (if there are more than one author on a book, write three names and "et al" at the end.
It is also important to write what date the book was published, or the book's ISBN number. This is crucial, especially in scientific reports, as publications can be revised year-by-year.
When citing online articles, it is also equally important to cite the date that the resource was accessed, as online resources can change on a whim.
It is also very important not to cite material that use references themselves for building their data, for example citing Wikipedia is a poor choice, as Wikipedia itself cites its references. It is always important to reference to original material, like Wikipedia does.
Speaking of wikipedia, look at the reference material on any site, and look how it cites references.
It is also possible that you're expected to note what your references refer to in your work.
In this case, just like wikipedia's notes, you note the material you've references to with, for example, a , then in your bibliography write  followed by where you referenced that section from.
But this really depends on what is exactly expected of you by your teacher.
I hope this helps.
Dec 23, 2012 |
Dell Inspiron 1525 Notebook