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Cite It Right
Welcome to the online version of the Glucksman Library's Cite It Right: Guide to Harvard Referencing Style. Click on the link below to access the PDF of the 4th edition of the guide.
Cite It Right 4th Edition
Glucksman Library's Cite It Right: Guide to Harvard Referencing Style (4th ed.)
Cite It Right 4th Edition - Print optimised version
This version of the Cite It Right 4th edition has been optimised for printing. For best results and to only use 13 sheets of paper: Print 2 pages per sheet; Print page border; Print on both sides of paper (i.e. double-sided); Flip on short edge.
Referencing acknowledges the books, articles, websites, and any other material used in the writing of a paper, essay or thesis.
Essential Elements of Referencing
Refers to sources you quote within your document. This brief citation directs the reader to the exact place in your reference list or bibliography where you will provide the extended details of the source
Reference list/ Bibliography:
Detailed list of sources that have been cited within the text. Every reference must have enough information for the reader to find the source again.
Be Smart about Referencing
Basic Set up for Mendeley Reference Management Software
Using Mendeley to Capture & Cite References
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