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fact file2. Referencing your sources

Primary sources

These could be photos/videos you've taken with a digital camera, as well as sketches, drawings, paintings, collages, plans or diagrams that you've made yourself. Paper-based sources will need to be scanned and saved. You could even use a digital microscope to collect unusual visual stimuli.

Secondary sources

If you decide to use any images or information from secondary sources such as the Internet, CD-ROMs, or scanned books, magazines and newspapers, you must do two things: check for copyright restrictions and name your sources in your reference list, and next to the work itself whenever possible.

Referencing correctly

It is essential that you reference your sources carefully, identifying clearly the original author of the ideas or words.

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