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Manda: OK. So welcome, and don't worry if you're just getting started with it all. It's not a problem at all. Now, referencing is really all about signalling when other people's work has played a role in your assignments. And just keep that in mind.
PROFESSOR: So this session is about using or storing and managing your references in reference management tools. And we actually won't be looking at any of the individual tools. We're more interested in how they work with library resources.
So by the end of this session, you should have an overview of how reference management tools work, the benefits and risks of using these tools, and how the tools work with library resources.
The Anthropology Resource Library provides comprehensive, multimedia resources for the study of anthropology, including the largest collection of ethnographic videos and previously unpublished archival field materials.
Welcome to a new academic year OU students! The team here at the OU Library is looking forward to helping you with your studies – whether you’re brand new to the OU, or are taking the next step towards completing your degree.