English Language Centre
LC285: Referencing Review - 23 May 2012 17:15
|Course title||Referencing Review|
This class will draw on what has been covered in other In-sessional coruses to review why and when you should use referencing in your academic writing. The session will look at the different ways you can make reference to sources in your writing and give you an opportunity to practice integrating sources into your work. The course is ideal for anyone who wants advice on referencing or who wants to revise what they have learnt on other In-sessional courses.
This course is a repeat of the earlier Referencing Review course.
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|Room||Date||Start time||End time|
|ER201, Elvet Riverside 2, Durham||23 May 2012||17:15||19:00|