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Box Hill Institute acknowledges that all of our learning sites are situated on the ancestral lands of the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nations and pay respects to the traditional custodians and their elders past, present and emerging.
Copies of this book on bibliographical citations and plagiarism are available to borrow from the CIty, Elgar, and Lakeside libraries.
For more details refer to the "little green book"
Elgar library has plenty of copies (over 20) of a little green book titled Referencing guide : Using the Harvard Referencing system by Nancy Stokes and Central TAFE Library staff.
For any further details on acknowledging sources of information in your written work using the Harvard Referencing System, go to call number 808.02 STO on the shelves and borrow yourself a copy.
Referencing guide : Using the Harvard Referencing system
Includes how to reference a television program, a radio program, a film, an online newspaper article, a CD-ROM, an image from a website, a pdf from a website, a conference paper, a standard, a patent, a brochure and lecture material.
These websites contain detailed information and examples for using the Harvard Referencing Style:
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