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STUDENT GUIDE Harvard Referencing System
This student guide presents the most commonly used aspects of the Harvard Referencing System. Sources Snooks & Co 2002, Style manual: for authors, editors and printers, 6th edn, John Wiley & Sons, Australia. American Psychological Association 2001, Publication manual of the American Psychological Association, 5th edn, APA, Washington, DC. If further information is needed, students can refer to the ‘COMPREHENSIVE GUIDE: Harvard Referencing System’ or to the above publications in the Macquarie University Library. Students can also check with their departments or lecturers for on-campus Harvard referencing support.

Acknowledgement A significant component of the Master of Accounting (MAcc) program is the Language for Professional Communication in Accounting Program (LPCA). The LPCA program is a collaboration of the Master of Accounting program and The Centre for Macquarie English (CME), formerly the National Centre for English Language Teaching and Research (NCELTR). The LPCA program provides tailored resources for specific units, as well as providing materials for additional generic workshops. Students are able to develop a high level of communication and professional skills and, at the same time, to develop technical skills. These resources are integrated with relevant technical content and are a significant part of the teaching and learning within individual units. Communication and professional skills are assessed, often together with technical skills, in individual units. The development of these skills is essential to students’ success, not only within the units of this program, but also in an accounting career. As part of the LPCA program, resources have been made available to provide students with an understanding of the plagiarism policies of the University and the Master of Accounting program. Also referencing…...

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