Referencing and Citing Sources

IB Visual Arts: Referencing and Citing Sources

A reference is a way of indicating to the reader, in an orderly form, where information has been obtained. References must be cited because they acknowledge the sources used, and enable the reader to consult the work and verify the data that has been presented.A reference should provide the information needed to find the original source material.Students need to understand why and how to cite their sources and make this...

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Chek Leung 12 March 2017 - 09:24

Hello Heather, would it be sufficient if students use numbered footnote when citing their image sources?

Heather McReynolds 12 March 2017 - 19:24

Do you mean for the CS? It is probably sufficient but i tell students to at least caption each image with title, artist, and then a numbered footnote for the rest of the info

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