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6 Comments

  • Janine Smith commented on 01/04/2020 Reply

    Hi there I am having trouble with ClinicalKey when trying to research a topic for my nursing assignment
    Is anyone else having issues?? it just says “There was an error loading this contents” I have refreshed the page numerous times
    I am new to this again after a few years away from study so I could be doing something wrong?? Look forward to hearing from you soon

    • Libraries and Learning Services commented on 01/04/2020 Reply

      Kia ora Janine, thanks for getting in touch! I have logged a request for you, and someone will be in touch to help soon.

  • Rosemary commented on 23/04/2020 Reply

    Hi there I am having trouble with knowing how to do a chicago footnote for an online encyclopedia with no author and edition. QUickcite doesn’t show this.

    • Libraries and Learning Services commented on 23/04/2020 Reply

      Kia ora Rosemary, thanks for getting in touch! I have submitted a request for you and one of our referencing experts will be in touch to help you soon.

  • Barbara Martelli commented on 18/05/2020 Reply

    Hi! I am writing a PhD thesis on Italian crime fiction, completing the Referencing now. In my work I refer to many books and films, but not always quoting or citing from them. For example, when I write about an author or a type of narrative, I list some works with dates. I have included these texts and movies in the References, finding the first edition of the work when possible. But this makes my References infinite. I am wondering if it is correct or not.
    Thanks

    • Libraries and Learning Services commented on 18/05/2020 Reply

      Kia ora Barbara, thanks for getting in touch! I have logged a request, and someone will be in touch to help you soon.

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