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Referencing an article from a print journal

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Assignments that are done individually give the student "the opportunity to complete the assignment according to his or her preferred approach" (Leonard & LeBrasseur, 2008, p. 39).

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A lecturer sets an individual assignment in order to evaluate what the student has learned and provide feedback, and the student has the flexibility to be able to choose the resources they will use and the approach they will take towards the topic (Leonard & LeBrasseur, 2008).

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Leonard, V., & LeBrasseur, R. (2008). Individual assignments and academic dishonesty: Exploring the conundrum. The Australian Educational Researcher, 35(1), 37-56.

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Cite in text the first few words of the reference list entry (usually the title) and the year. Use double quotation marks around the title of an article. Italicise the title of a periodical.

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The Indigenous Open Learning Project provides content "customised for Indigenous Australian students covering a broad range of uses..." ("Open learning initiatives", 2001, p. 26).

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The Indigenous Open Learning Project provides online learning specifically for indigenous students ("Open learning initiatives," 2001).

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Open learning initiatives to assist indigenous Australians in the higher education sector. (2001). Learning for all: Opportunities for indigenous Australians,1, 26.