How do you put a reference at the end of a paper?

How do you put a reference at the end of a paper?

This section goes at the end of your paper. The references are to be alphabetized by the fist author’s last name, or (if no author is listed) the organization or title. If you cite more than one paper by the same first author, sort them by year of publication, earliest year first. Do not use footnotes for citations.

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How do you reference background papers?

To be made up of:Author of paper.Year of publication (in round brackets).Title of paper (in single quotation marks).Title of conference: subtitle (in italics).Location and date of conference.Place of publication: publisher.Page references for the paper.

Can you copy a reference?

Not usually. Citations have a fixed format and should match any other use of that citation. However, copying the reference list of another writer is plagiarism as you are presenting the reference list — the product of a literature search ie their work — as your own work.

Can you copy and paste EndNote references?

Drag and drop method: hold down the Ctrl key as you drag references from the EndNote Library directly onto the Word document. Copy Formatted: Click on Edit > Copy Formatted, and then click on Paste in your Word document.

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How do I copy a Google Scholar reference?

If you use Google Scholar, you can get citations for articles in the search result list. Copy and paste a formatted citation (APA, Chicago, Harvard, MLA, or Vancouver) or use one of the links to import into your bibliography management tool. Click on the Cite link next to your item. Select your citation style.

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