Citing and referencing
Citing and referencing the material consulted for a piece of academic work not only enables others to verify facts and ideas in your work more easily, but also ensures you are acting in an ethical and honest manner.
Acknowledgement may be in the form of in text citations, footnotes, endnotes and/or a bibliography.
How to use the different citation styles
Visit our Citing and Referencing Subject Guide for detailed information on each citation style and how to use it.
Citation styles by faculty
Different citing and referencing styles cater for the specific requirements of different disciplines.
- Citing and referencing - online tutorial: Crediting the material you consult allows others to verify your facts. This four-part tutorial explains the what, why and how.
- Academic integrity - online tutorial: This set of modules will teach you:
- What is academic integrity?
- Plagiarism, collusion and contract cheating
- Putting academic integrity into practice
EndNote helps you manage your citations and references.
- Automatically creates citations, references and bibliographies for your assignments in your required style
- Stores bibliographic details of the material that you have read for your assignments and theses
- Imports details of material that you have found, in the library catalogue and other databases and catalogues
- Support and/or integrates with common word processor and file formats eg RTF, HTML, etc.