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Citation policy

We ask all users of this website to respect the intellectual property rights of the authors and contributors of the material it contains. Where material taken from the website is incorporated into educational assignments, the author(s) of material must be acknowledged through a reference giving the author name(s), module title, page title, page URL and date of access as in the following example:

Madge, C. (2006) Online questionnaires: Sampling issues. Available from http://www.geog.le.ac.uk/orm/questionnaires/quessampling.htm [Accessed: 14.02.06]

The author name(s) can be found at the bottom of all module pages within the site.

Where no author name is given, material should be acknowledged through a reference giving the project title, page title, page URL and date of access as follows:

Exploring online research methods in a virtual training environment (2006) The evaluation process Available from http://www.geog.le.ac.uk/orm/background/eval2.htm [Accessed: 14.02.06]

Any material taken from the case studies and examples included in the modules must also be referenced with name(s) of the contributor(s), module title, page title, case study or example title, page URL and date of access as in the following example:

Hewson, C. (2006) Online questionnaires: Sampling issues. Empirical evidence regarding the folk psychological concept of belief. Available from http://www.geog.le.ac.uk/orm/questionnaires/quessampling.htm [Accessed: 14.02.06]

In these cases, the name of the contributor(s) will be clearly displayed in the heading of the case study or example.

A reference as outlined above must be added where material taken from the modules section of this website is incorporated into non-commercial training activities and courses of study.

In addition, the following statement should appear on all pages or parts of any materials produced using the contents of the website:

This has been produced with material from the ESRC-funded training package (Award reference RES-333-25-0001) 'Exploring online research methods in a virtual training environment' © 2004-2010.  All rights reserved.

 

 

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