Deciding What's What - Tutorial: Interpret your Reading List - Library - University of Canterbury

Tutorial: Interpret your Reading List

Reading lists - deciding what's what

There are over 1,000,000 books in this Library! Lecturers put together reading lists to help you find the readings relevant for your course.

To find items in the library you need to know what type of reference you are looking for. Below are some typical items you are likely to come across in a reading list.

Hold the mouse over each item to see what type of reference it is.

Newbold, Greg. Crime in New Zealand. Palmerston North: Dunmore Press

Novitz, R.(1989). Women: Weaving an identity. In D. Novitz & W.E. Willmott (Eds.), Culture and Identity in New Zealand (pp. 53-76). Wellington: GP Books

Lauchlan, F. & Elliott, J. (2001). The psychological assessment of learning potential. British Journal of Educational Psychology, 71 (4), 647-665.

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