Referencing in your UTAS assignments
Step 1. Before you use this library guide check: Does your School have its own referencing guide? To find out ask your lecturer or tutor.
Step 2. If you are using this guide or another guide and you are still unsure about a particular citation, it is always best to check with your tutor or lecturer - they will be marking your work after all.
Step 3. Refer to the Style Manual. UTAS Library holds print Style Manuals (complete guides) for the following referencing styles: Harvard, APA, MLA, Chicago, Vancouver & Turabian. You can find these manuals on the shelves in UTAS Library branches. To locate these books please refer to the other pages in this guide.
Step 4. If you have followed steps 1 - 3 and you still need referencing help contact staff in Student Learning, or ask at a library enquiries desk, or fill in this web form: Ask a Librarian
This is the page where you will find information that pertains to your Electronic Magazine Project. Whenever I post something on my blog that relates to this assignment, I will also post it here.
- Grammar Bytes: This is a fun website designed to help you become better at using grammar correctly!
- Bio Guidelines: This is the document that gives an overview of the assignment and has the scoring rubric. Become one with this doc!!!
- Biography Example: This is a nice example of a biography written by a UMA student two years ago.
- Rough Draft Guidelines: Look at this when using your notes to write your rough draft.
- biography.com: A link to a site that might have information on the person you are researching for your biography.
- Encyclopedia of World Biographies: A link to another site that may help you with your biography assignment.
- ENCYCLOpedia.com: A link to a pretty decent all-purpose online encyclopedia that may also have information for your biography assignment.
- The Famous People: Check it out!
- Short Story: This is the document that gives you an overview and rubric of the Short Story assignment.
- Rules for Punctuating Dialogue: You need to use this document when you are working on your short story!!!
- Magazine Article Guidelines: This is the document that explains the Magazine Article assignment and includes a scoring rubric. You need to read, understand and use the rubric! Below are a couple of examples of the Magazine Article assignment. Below are a couple of examples of the Magazine Article assignment.
- Guiding Questions: This is the document you completed that contains the questions that you will research for the mag art assignment.
- Making Notes: This is the document that you need to refer to when you are making notes for your magazine articles.
- Rough Draft Guidelines: This is the document you should refer to when you start working on your rough draft as it will help you craft paragraphs from your notes.
- Introductory Paragraphs This is the document that you want to refer to when crafting the introduction to your magazine articles.
- Concluding Paragraphs This is the document that you want to refer to when writing the concluding paragraph for your magazine articles.
- Transitional Sentences: This is the document that explains what transitional sentences are; make sure to use this page when revising your Mag Art!
- EasyBib: You need to use this link whenever you cite sources for you magazine articles.
- Elm4YouThis is a link to various databases; these are great places to locate valid, accurate information without wasting your time Google searching! Some one you really need to check out are here:
- Kids InfoBits: EXCELLENT database with info written at kid level; check it out, baby!!
- InfoTrac Student Edition: A great database as well, but the content will be more challenging than that found in Kids InfoBits.
- Britannica Middle School This is a great online encyclopedia written at the middle school level.
- Britannica High School This is a great online encyclopedia written at the high school level.
- Britannica Library Encyclopedia content for all ages plus multimedia, timelines, world atlas, country comparison, quotations, and primary sources.
- Weebly Student Log In: Use this link to access your Weebly site. Please change your password, and keep track of your username and password!
- Weebly Example: This is an example of a Weebly website that I am working on. As you can see, I am none-too-talented with this Weebly thing, but at least this gives you an idea of what the basics of your site should include. This will change as the year moves forward.
- Weebly Ads: You need to create 2 ads for your Weebly website for each of the remaining quarters, and this is the document you need to refer to when creating your ads
- Bannersnack: This is a site where you can create your ads! You will need to create an account (you can set it up with your UMA Google accounts)
- Weebly Home Page: This is the document that you need to refer to when building your Weebly Home Page.
- 2017-18 Weebly E-Mag Page: This is the document you need to use when building your Weebly E-Mag page. This document is fluid; it will change over time and I will add more and more to it!