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Academics: how to reference moving image sources

BUFVC Guidelines for Referencing Moving Image and Sound

Learning on Screen has published the second edition of their Audiovisual Citation Guidelines  to help researchers reference moving image material like the films in this archive.

Screen Shot 2018-01-23 at 12.18.13"The Audiovisual Citation Guidelines aim to establish an authoritative and accessible citation system that is applicable to a wide range of different users across all disciplines, covering film, TV, radio, DVD extras, games, trailers, archive material and much more.

This publication sees a comprehensive overhaul of the guidelines with major additions to the ‘new media’ section. These include further games citations and, for the first time, a section on how to cite mobile phone apps. It has been compiled after consultation with Learning on Screen members and input and guidance from an academic steering group.

We welcome comments and feedback via email, or join the discussion by tweeting @LearnonScreen. "

This work by Learning on Screen is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 2.0 UK: England & Wales license.

Click Here to access the guidelines: /uploads/documents/Learning-on-Screen-AV-Citation-2017-ONLINE.pdf 

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