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Using sources that are unreliable (or biased, without recognising as much) Failing to check spelling, grammar and referencing, losing out on valuable presentation marks (as much as 5% of the overall marks available)
In a nutshell, any contribution to the state-of-the-art or beyond having self-citation is fair. Self-citation should reveal a minimum of the previous work, otherwise can be unethical and can be considered self-plagiarism.
Answer. Personal experiences and knowledge generally do not need to be cited in an APA references page or within the body (in-text citation) of your paper. Personal experience and knowledge is part of your voice; it is what you bring to your paper.
In theory, you do not need to cite and reference a photograph that you have taken yourself as you are the creator of the photograph. You would then refer to the photo in the main body of your text, to explain why you have included it in your work, for example: Figure 1 shows…
Tip: You should give as much information as possible about the images that you have used, including these basics:creator’s name (author, artist, photographer etc.)date the work was published or created.title of the work.place of publication.publisher.type of material (for photographs, charts, online images)
Online ImagesBasic Format for Artwork: Artist Last Name, First Initial. Second Initial. ( Basic Format for Stock Image: Author. ( Year). Image With No Author, Title, or Date. [Subject and type of work]. ( n.d.). Google Images: Go to the original location (website) of the image and cite in one of the formats above.
Figure reproduced in your text From “Title of Article,” by Author First Initial. Second Initial. Surname, Year, Journal Title, Volume(issue), page number (url or doi if it’s from an ejournal). Copyright Year by the Name of Copyright Holder.
References for Images All sources used (text and image) should be included in the reference list at the end of the PowerPoint presentation. If there are a large number of images, you could have one reference list for text sources (articles, books, etc.) and a separate reference list for image sources.
Click the “Insert” tab. Click the “Picture” button below the tab. Navigate to the picture to cite and double-click the image. Drag it into place on the slide.
To cite your sources within a PowerPoint presentation, you can include your references or in-text citations on each slide. You can (a) provide the references verbally, (b) provide a reference list slide at the end of your presentation with corresponding in-text citations, or (c) combine these.
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