Harvard referencing rmit university Library guide



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'Subject guides are mini-websites for each subject area. They show you all the best places to look for information on what [you are] studying' (RMIT University 2014).

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Design & thinking: a documentary on design thinking (2012) explores the concept of what is design thinking.

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An image can be a photograph, a diagram or figure, a graph or table, a map or original artwork.

For information on how to reference an image, refer to the Library’s guide on Harvard Referencing for Visual Materials [http://rmit.libguides.com/harvardvisual]

To reference an original piece of artwork that has been viewed, refer to the Original Artworks tab [http://rmit.libguides.com/harvardvisual/original-artworks]

To reference a figure or table (including data in a table), refer to the Figures and Tables tab [http://rmit.libguides.com/harvardvisual/figures-and-tables]

To reference an image (such as a photograph) from a book, refer to the Images within Books tab [http://rmit.libguides.com/harvardvisual/images-within-the-books]

To reference an image (such as a photograph) from a Library database, refer to the Images from a Database tab [http://rmit.libguides.com/harvardvisual/images-from-a-database]

To reference an image (such as a photograph) from a webpage, refer to the Images on the Internet tab [http://rmit.libguides.com/harvardvisual/images-on-the-internet]

To reference a map, refer to the Maps tab [http://rmit.libguides.com/harvardvisual/maps]

For an example of a reference list using images, refer to the Example reference list/Bibliography tab [http://rmit.libguides.com/harvardvisual/example-reference-list/bibliography]


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