How do I reference… in the Cranfield Author-date style? Part 2
In last week’s blog post we listed our advice for referencing the traditional resource types you might use in your assignments or thesis in the Cranfield Author-date style.
This week we list all the less common types (such as data, charts and diagrams), along with more recent resources such as web pages, social media and YouTube videos.
How do I reference…
- …an interview, survey or questionnaire?
- …a blog post?
- …a web page?
- …a Facebook or Twitter post?
- …a YouTube video?
- …an image, diagram, chart or table?
- …lecture notes?
As always, if you have any questions about referencing or citations, please contact MIRC or the Kings Norton Library.
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