Saturday, 25 April 2009

Quick question for Dave Wood

Hi Dave im just filling in the list of illustrations section of the dissertation and im wondering can you show me how to lay it out for properly. Here are the images URL's ive taken off the internet to explain to the reader better the whole production process:

On the Leeds university reference website it says to lay it out like this but i dont really understand it?

ORIGINATOR. Year. Title of image [online]. [Date accessed]. Available from World Wide Web: URL.
NEWRY INSTITUTE. 2002. Current student [online]. [Accessed 4th December 2002]. Available from World Wide Web: <>.

I understand most of it but dont understand the ORIGNATOR & Year. Could you clear this up for me please Dave?

While im here the first 2 images i got of neil thompson when we was on the FD course how do i reference them?




Dave Wood said...

Originator = artist etc.
Year = image created

Put unknown & leave year blank if in doubt

Neil will follow same convention even if it's portfolio work.

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