Words you might hear when we talk about referencing:
Annotate - the author includes explanations or evaluations of the books to help the reader judge the usefulness of the source
Bibliography - A bibliography can be a short book list at the end of an article or a long list of different resources.
Bibliographies are compiled to provide the reader with information about resources that are useful for a particular topic. The resources listed may not necessarily have been quoted in the article it follows. They may have been used to provide the writer information about the topic.
Citation - is written in the text to let the reader know that the writer has used information from a certain source.
It may also be called an Inline citation or an Intext citation. Any citation will also have more detailed information in the Reference list . Citations help us to acknowledge other peoples work.
Inline citation - see Citation
Intext citation - see Citation
List of works cited - see Reference list
Reference list - also called List of works cited or Resource list is a list at the end of a piece of work listing all of the resources that have been used or referred to in the piece of work
References - the individual resources that make up the Reference list
Resource list - see Reference list
Resources - also called sources are where your information comes from. They might be ...
Sources - see Resources