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For further information and help please contact the additional support administrator on 01234 291905. We can also provide a RADAR key to use the accessible toilets if required (ÂŁ5 deposit).

Referencing When studying for a higher education qualification you will be required to support your assignments with appropriate referencing details to enable your reader to identify and trace the materials you use. In doing so, you will demonstrate that you have undertaken appropriate reading for your course and understand the ideas of other people. Any references to the work of others must be acknowledged to avoid accusations of plagiarism and should appear in both the body of your text and at the end of your assignment (either on a reference page or in a bibliography). You should ensure that you provide your reader with enough information to locate the sources you have referred to. The examples below follow the Harvard referencing system; however, referencing styles can vary, and your course teachers will tell you which style they want you to use. Do not automatically assume that you should follow these examples – always check the requirements for your course.


Higher Education Student Handbook 2016-17  

Bedford College

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