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|Resource title and description||Type|
|How would you reference this book? (MHRA style)|
Video introduction on how to reference a book using the Modern Humanities Research Association (MHRA) referencing style.
|How would you reference this book? (Vancouver style)|
Video introduction on how to reference a book using the Vancouver referencing style.
|How would you reference this book? (Cardiff Harvard style)|
Video introduction on how to reference a book using the Cardiff Harvard referencing style.
|Using reliable sources|
This short video suggests a range of good quality, freely available, online sources for finding reliable healthcare-related information. A transcript is available.
|Plagiarism: why you should avoid it|
Cardiff University lecturer, Dr Stephen Rutherford, talks about plagiarism and why you should avoid it.
A transcript is also available.
|Google search tips|
A selection of simple tips and tricks to improve the accuracy and relevance of your results when searching via Google.
A transcript is available.
|Google Scholar – How to access journals off-campus|
This video shows how to access journals while off-campus using Google Scholar.
|Google Scholar – Five top tips|
This video shows five top tips for getting the best out of Google Scholar:
|Finding items on your reading list|
An accompanying text guide is available.
The University Library Service's quick video with top tips on finding information for your studies using the electronic resources available at Cardiff University. It can also be found on YouTube in English and Welsh. A transcript is available.