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LIBRARY

HAUNTED

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You're trapped! And there's only one way out!

Welcome to the Haunted Library!

After a late night of studying, you've found yourself trapped in the Haunted Library. In order to get out, you'll need to solve a set of puzzles and tasks. Good luck!

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ROOM 1

ROOM 2

Mainroom

Which referencing system is used on your course?

Question 1

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APA Referencing

Harvard Referencing

Chicago Referencing

ROOM 1

Style over substance?

Which of the following is in Harvard referencing style?

Question 2

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Armstrong, G. (2009). Marketing: an introduction. Pearson education.

Armstrong, G., 2009. Marketing: an introduction. Pearson education.

Armstrong, Gary. Marketing: an introduction. Pearson education, 2009.

ROOM 1

Style over substance?

Which of the following is in Harvard referencing style?

Question 3

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Biscaia, R., & Mota, I. (2013). Models of spatial competition: A critical review. Papers in Regional Science, 92(4), 851-871.

Biscaia, Ricardo, and Isabel Mota. "Models of spatial competition: A critical review." Papers in Regional Science 92, no. 4 (2013): 851-871.

Biscaia, R. and Mota, I., 2013. Models of spatial competition: A critical review. Papers in Regional Science, 92(4), pp.851-871.

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Style over substance?

Which is the correct example of referencing a website with no named author?

Question 4

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National Health Service (2021) Coronavirus (COVID-19). Available at: https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/ (Accessed: 17 May 2021).

Anon (2021) Coronavirus (COVID-19). Available at: https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/ (Accessed: 17 May 2021).

No Author (2021) Coronavirus (COVID-19). Available at: https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/ (Accessed: 17 May 2021).

ROOM 1

Style over substance?

When citing a source with multiple authors in Harvard style, how should you list the authors' names in the in-text citation?

Question 5

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Randomly

Alphabetically by last name

In the order they appear on the source

ROOM 1

Style over substance?

You have completed this room!

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CONTINUe

ROOM 1

Style over substance?

Oops! Try again!

ROOM 1

Style over substance?

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You've made it to the next room!

One down, three to go!

This room is all about the quality of sources

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Question 1

ROOM 2

Quality over quantity?

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Question 2

ROOM 2

Quality over quantity?

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Question 3

ROOM 2

Quality over quantity?

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Question 4

ROOM 2

Quality over quantity?

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Question 5

ROOM 2

Quality over quantity?

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CONTINUE

ROOM 2

Quality over quantity?

You have completed this room!

ROOM 2

Quality over quantity?

Oops! Try again!

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Room 3 - third time lucky?

Getting there!

No going back! The only way is forward!

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Question 1

ROOM 3

Don't lie to me!

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Question 2

ROOM 3

Don't lie to me!

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Question 3

ROOM 3

Don't lie to me!

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Question 4

ROOM 3

Don't lie to me!

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Question 5

ROOM 3

Don't lie to me!

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CONTINUE

ROOM 3

You have completed this room!

Don't lie to me!

ROOM 3

Oops! Try again!

Don't lie to me!

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room 1

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Nearly there! Just one more room to go!

Last room!

You're nearly free! Just one more room to solve!

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What is plagiarism?

Question 1

Passing off other's work as your own

Using direct quotes with citations

Using AI to write your work

main room

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Why shouldn't you use AI to write your work for you?

Question 2

It's cheating

It won't do a very good job

Both of the above

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Do you understand why referencing is so important now?

Question 3

Yes

Maybe

No

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You have completed this room!

CONTINUe

MAIN ROOM

Congratulations!

You've escaped The Haunted Library!

Start Over?

You have lost a museum piece!

You have lost a museum piece!

You have lost a museum piece!

You have lost a museum piece!

You have lost a museum piece!

You have lost a museum piece!