Students: What resources to correctly reference scientific sources ?
Do not hesitate to use the various resources which are available !
Faculty resources to gain a better of understanding of the modalities and demands specific to your discipline
They can take various forms: the advice and directives of your supervisor, methodology courses/seminars or specific documents, resources within libraries, etc. Consult the ‘tool box’ offered to you by your Faculty:
- Faculty of Philosophy and Letters
- Faculty of Law, Political Science and Criminology
- Faculty of Sciences
- Faculty of Medicine
- School of Engineering
- Faculty of Veterinary Medicine
- Faculty of Psychology, Speech and Language Therapy, and Education
- HEC Liège-ULiège Management School
- Faculty of Social Sciences
- Gembloux Agro-Bio Tech
- Faculty of Architecture
General resources at the ULiège
- The seminar ‘Le mémoire en quatre étapes’ (‘The dissertation in four stages’) : to offer you guidance and support, four themed sessions are organised: choosing a subject, defining a methodology (working hypotheses, gathering data, etc.), writing (introduction, conclusion, bibliography, etc.) and defending the work orally
- ULiège's libraries website : training courses are organized on different aspects of documentary research and how to reference scientific sources
- MaThéO, the portal to master's theses from the University of Liège.
- The brochure ‘Plagiarism: Not for me !
Consult the bibliography for information related to plagiarism.
Your supervisor or the teacher supporting your work remains your privileged contact point to check if your work matches up with his or her expectations. It can nevertheless occur that the two of you do not agree about the manner you have carried out or written up the work. In case of a dispute you can contact Christelle Kiehm. She will listen to what you have to say and will go over with you the different ways of taking action.