Are you unsure how or when to cite a reference? Don’t know which style to use? Or have you been marked down for your references?
Then take a look at our enhanced Citing references guide for help!
- Using quotes and paraphrases
- How to write citations
- An enhanced list of examples showing how to reference different types of publication. The examples are now in the widely used Harvard style detailed in ‘Cite Them Right’ book.
- Info on different styles of referencing, including a new page listing the styles used in each School/Department and links to more specific guidance for each one.
- Guidance on avoiding plagiarism
- Using Turnitin to develop your referencing
- An overview of tools you can use to manage references such as EndNote and Mendeley
Further support on referencing
Our Academic Liaison Librarians and Study Advisers can support you with referencing.
- Librarians can help with writing references in the correct style and citing specific publications.
- Study Advisers can support you with using references in your work including: using quotes and paraphrases; working with sources to support your arguments; and developing good academic practice to avoid plagiarism.
If you have a quick query then drop in to the Study Advice and Maths Support Desk on the Ground Floor of the Library Mon-Fri 1-2pm (term-time only).
Academic Liaison Librarians & Study Advice