- Created: Monday, 24 October 2011 14:38
- Updated on Wednesday, 01 June 2016 19:16
The material on this website is all protected by copyright.
Copying material from here is against the law.
With a handful of clearly identified exceptions, the articles and resources here are the intellectual property of Caroline Bowen.
Assignments, articles, books, websites and other publications
You may refer to the information and quote from the articles on this site provided you include citations that allow your reader to identify Caroline Bowen as the author and to locate the original work here.
Citing websites, articles and other online sources
There are several appropriate ways to cite a website, article or other online source. To do so in APA Style, include the following information:
- The name of the website in italics. The name of this website is speech-language-therapy dot com. When you cite it you might prefer to capitalise the first word, or the first three words.
- The name of the article on the website. The names of articles on this site appear at the tops of pages in a brown font, immediately below the words SPEECH-LANGUAGE PATHOLOGIST.
- The author of the source (family name and initial(s)).
- The date the website was created or when the particular online source was published (if known). You may wish to include the date that the online source was updated rather than, or as well as, the date that it was created. This information can be found immediately under the name of the article.
- The date the source was accessed (i.e., the date that you accessed it).
- The web site URL (the web address in full).
Author, N. (Date Published). Article name. Name of web site. [Retrieved] Date, [from] URL of Website
Bowen, C. (2011, Nov 12). Traditional Articulation Therapy. Speech-Language-Therapy dot com. Retrieved June 12, 2013 from http://www.speech-language-therapy.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=44:trad&catid=11:admin&Itemid=121
Bowen, C. (2011, Dec 2). Adult Communicative Styles and Encouraging Reticent Children to Converse. Speech-Language-Therapy dot com. Retrieved June 12, 2013 from http://www.speech-language-therapy.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=98:adultstyles&catid=11:admin&Itemid=119
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Australian Copyright Act, Australian educational institutions, and CAL
The Australian Copyright Act 1968 (the Act) allows 10% of the number of words on this website to be reproduced and/or communicated by any Australian educational institution for its educational purposes provided that the educational institution (or the body that administers it) has given a Notice to Copyright Agency Limited (CAL) under part VB of the Act. For details of the CAL licence for educational institutions contact:
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Do not upload any of the articles (web pages / html pages), worksheets (pdf pages), images, slide shows or handouts on this website to other websites, including intranets and the cloud. Do not send them to anyone as email attachments, or distribute them on USB flash drives (USB sticks; thumb drives) or the like. Do not link to any document or image with a .pdf, .ppt .pptx, .ppsx, .jpg, .png or .gif extension. Do not convert any of the web pages into .pdf files for any purpose whatsoever. Do not present any of the material on this site as your own work. To do any of these things is a violation of copyright.
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Please avoid downloading the same file multiple times as doing so increases my bandwidth usage and drives up the cost of maintaining this site. Choose a pdf or pptx file; download it once, and save it to a folder.
You may save documents with .pdf, .pptx or .ppsx extensions to your own computer, modify them for your own use, print them and give them limited distribution as hard copies, for clinical and educational purposes - note, only as hard copies. You may link to any of the web pages on this site. You may 'show' (present) any of the slide shows to individuals or groups for educational and / or clinical purposes.
If in doubt
If in doubt, please contact Caroline Bowen.