Referencing in your UTAS assignments
Step 1. Before you use this library guide check: Does your School have its own referencing guide? To find out ask your lecturer or tutor.
Step 2. If you are using this guide or another guide and you are still unsure about a particular citation, it is always best to check with your tutor or lecturer - they will be marking your work after all.
Step 3. Refer to the Style Manual. UTAS Library holds print Style Manuals (complete guides) for the following referencing styles: Harvard, APA, MLA, Chicago, Vancouver & Turabian. You can find these manuals on the shelves in UTAS Library branches. To locate these books please refer to the other pages in this guide.
Step 4. If you have followed steps 1 - 3 and you still need referencing help contact staff in Student Learning, or ask at a library enquiries desk, or fill in this web form: Ask a Librarian
There are various factors that play a role in a child’s development. In the video that I observed you can see three little boys around the same age playing on a slide together. There is one boy who wonders off and is now playing by himself. He sees a girl playing with a car structure and starts to play with her. The boy then starts playing with another child who is playing with bugs. The little boy than starts to play by himself again looking for cars. Then he heads on over to play with a play structure that another boy is playing with. He plays with this child for the remainder of the video until the last few seconds where he is interested in what thee teacher is doing with the camera. At this period in a child’s life they has a quest to master their bodies. This is done by their ability to use their gross motor skills. Such as walking, jumping, running, and climbing. Other skills involve reaching, using their hands, eating, and manipulating objects.