Selection of Quality Control Course References
In academic literature, a reference is a previously published written work within academicpublishing that has been used as a source for theory or claims referred to that are used in thetext. References contain complete bibliographic information so the interested reader can findthem in a library. References can be added either at the end of the publication or as footnotes.In a library, "reference" may refer to a dictionary, an encyclopedia or other reference work, thatcontains many brief articles that cover a broad scope of knowledge in one book, or a set ofbooks.Too many types of printed matter may come in an electronic or machine-readable form. Forbooks, there exists the ISBN
and for journal articles, the Digital object identifier (DOI) isgaining relevance. Information on the Internet may be referred to by a Uniform ResourceIdentifier (URI).Librarians also conduct reference interviews at library reference desks, to help people find theinformation they seek. Help may also be available outside the library though virtual referenceand digital reference services.
Quality control is the process of:
1. Evaluating actual performance2. Comparing actual performance with quality goals3. Acting on the difference
Reference selection criteria
1. Covering course content2. Clarity3. Understanding4. Simplicity5. Year of publishing
The International Standard Book Number (ISBN) is a unique numeric commercial book identifier based upon the 9-digit.