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Page numbers must be included.
A student engaged at a higher level of learning is aware that "learning involves meaning and making connections..." (Buckridge & Guest, 2007, p. 136).
Page numbers may be required.
When a student internalizes information in order to make connections with their prior learning this points to a qualitatively higher level of engagement (Buckridge & Guest, 2007).
Include the digital object identifier (DOI) in the reference if one is assigned.
The order of the authors' names is decided by the authors and should be preserved.
The volume number must be italicised, however the issue number and brackets should not eg. 52(16).
Buckridge, M., & Guest, R. (2007). A conversation about pedagogical responses to increased diversity in university classrooms. Higher Education Research & Development, 26(2), 133-146. doi:10.1080/07294360701310771
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Herington, C., & Weaven, S. (2008). Action research and reflection on student approaches to learning in large first year university classes.Australian Educational Researcher, 35(3), 111-134. Retrieved from http://www.aare.edu.au/aer/about.htm