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Welcome to the subject guide for Film, Media Arts and Performance. This guide will help you discover how to find the books, journals and other information you need for your work.       

Referencing and acknowledging in your creative work

Referencing and acknowledgement are often used interchangeably and this can cause confusion when using images in your creative work. In this guide we make the distinction between acknowledging the images you use (often part of the terms and conditions of using a copyright cleared image) and referencing and citing your sources, an essential part of academic writing.

There are two version of the guide below. If you're a continuing student in 2021 you can use APA 6. If you're a new student in 2021 you should use APA 7. Find out more about referencing on the main Referencing Guide. 



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