A Simple Method for Determining the Colors of the Stars by Seares F.H.

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It may be a public library, some favourite corner of your university, a coffee shop or a quiet spot that you have set aside in your student flat. Sitting with your laptop and books in front of the television is not conducive to studying. It has to be some place where you feel comfortable and can achieve a level of peace and privacy to allow you to concentrate. 2 Decide when you will study. Doing a bit every day, or most days, however little, is a better strategy than leaving your dissertation to some unspecified time in the future (‘after the exams’ or ‘during the holiday period’ are common self-delusions).

If the quotation is not too long, then you can embed it in a sentence, as follows: Ryan (2001: 10) warns that universities ‘must provide professional development to support the academic development of their staff’. Note that the author has been identified in two ways: first, by name; and, secondly, by giving the year of the publication from which the partial quotation appears (hence the Harvard style is referred to as the author/date system). The quotation is included in parentheses and the page number of where in the cited publication the text appears – in this case, page 10 – is indicated opposite the year of publication: ‘Ryan (2001: 10)’.

Referencing is an essential skill that you need to get to grips with early on. A dissertation is an academic body of work. This means that you will need to show you are well-read in your subject area and so you will be expected to refer to relevant authors. Referencing relates to the recording of published sources of evidence such as books or journal articles. You will refer to your sources within the body of your text and at the end of your dissertation, wherein you will create a separate chapter called References and list all the published sources cited within your dissertation.

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