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Referencing and Plagiarism
Provides full text access to the complete collection of national regulations and guidelines issued by the South African Bureau of Standards. The standards are specifications, codes of practice, and standardized methods that relate to products or commodities. They include descriptions of the commodities, their method of manufacture, handling, materials, properties and other relevant aspects. Wits University has full-text access to the complete collection of SABS standards
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Recommended Referencing System for Wits BE Students
Recommended Referencing Guide for Wits BE Students
The information in this pamphlet is an extract from THE GRADUATE SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING & THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT. (2001). Style guide for theses and dissertations. Johannesburg: University of the Witwatersrand. The style guide can be purchased from the Faculty Office in the Chamber of Mines Building
Harvard Referencing System
A comprehensive template for the correct referencing of sources, both as in-text, as well as reference list entries
Cite them right
Cite them right offers advice on how to develop life long academic skills in categorizing sources of information and providing evidence to support your arguments. This book will support you from secondary-school assignments through to postgraduate research, in writing reports for employers or writing your own publications.