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Livecast: How to provide correct citations and references for your research

January 18, 2023


Any research process is an amalgamation of the researcher’s own primary efforts, supplemented and supported by secondary data that they may quote as part of their study. It is imperative that researchers learn how to compile references and citations, not just to avoid plagiarism but also to build a robust case for their own work.

This specially curated session shows you how to address the many challenges of citing sources and listing down references, while formulating your research paper. It highlights various styles and techniques on how to cite correctly throughout your documentation. In this session, you will also learn how to safeguard your research paper by adhering to the basic guidelines when it comes to citations and references in your scientific research.

We are also live streaming it on YouTube. Please subscribe to @EditageInsights to catch the live session.

What you will learn:

  • The essential elements of a citation
  • Responsible citations, including electronic citations
  • Different citation styles for articles, books and other sources
  • Types of citations in text, visuals, and bibliography notes
  • Receive a Certificate of Attendance as a token of your participation in this informative webinar

About the speaker: 

Dr. Snezana Levic, Academic Scientist

Snezana has worked as an academic scientist in several countries, including the USA, UK and France. Currently, she is an Associate Professor in Physiology at the Brighton and Sussex Medical School, at the University of Sussex, Brighton UK., where she leads a research team investigating functional development and maturation of the auditory system, and mechanisms underlying various forms of hearing loss. Snezana has published in top scientific journals and has extensive experience in successfully securing research funding. In addition to research, Snezana is also involved in teaching undergraduate medical students. Snezana holds a PhD in Neuroscience from University of California, Davis.

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