Images and Copyright


Here's a useful link about using images on your class wiki pages:
http://edjudo.com/using-free-images-for-blogs-and-wikis.html

What two things must you always do if you use an image?



Referencing Webpages


In the text:

  • the name of the author OR the organisation responsible for the site
  • the year of publication or the most recent update

According to Bushwalking Victoria (2011), there are over 8,000 kilometres of walking trails.
There are over 8,000 kilometres of walking trails in Victoria (Bushwalking Victoria 2011).

In the list of references:

  • the name of the author OR the organisation responsible for the site
  • the year of publication or the most recent update
  • title of the page/document if applicable (in italics)
  • the name of the sponsor of the site and location if applicable
    the date of access/viewing (day/month/year)
  • the URL or internet address (between angle brackets < ... >)

Bushwalking Victoria 2011, General information about bushwalking in Victoria, Bushwalking Victoria, accessed 1 August 2011, < http://www.bushwalkingvictoria.org.au/walkers_info.htm >

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Referencing Online Newspapers


In the text:

  • the name of the author OR the organisation responsible for the site
  • the year of publication or the most recent update

According to Simmons (2011)
.......... (Simmons, G 2011) .....

In the list of references:

  • the name of the author OR the organisation responsible for the site
  • the year of publication or the most recent update
  • title of the page/document
  • the name of the publication and the issue date (in italics)
  • the date of access/viewing (day/month/year)
  • the URL or internet address (between angle brackets < ... >)

Simmons, G 2011, 'Red Centre, Green Tinge', The Age 31 July 2011, accessed 1 August 2011,
< http://www.theage.com.au/travel/activity/great-outdoors/red-centre-green-tinge-20110728-1i1tp.html >

Have a look at the original page