As you begin researching, you will quickly start consulting a number of different sources of information. It's important to manage your sources carefully from the start and know that you are referencing them correctly.
This page offers some handy hints and advice on how to manage your references and citations.
Referencing is the practice of acknowledging and describing other pieces of work that you have read or used whilst completing your own work.
Find out more at the Learning Development Centre (LDC).
Your guide to referencing and avoiding plagiarism
You may have come across the book Cite Them Right before. The Library is excited to share with you the interactive online version of this book.
Cite Them Right Online will help you reference a wide range of sources, including: books, films, journals, web resources, images, tweets, and much, much more.
The site's interactivity means that you can find the information that you need quickly and easily. You'll wonder how you ever survived without it!
Alternatively, use the button to export your reference directly to your reference management software.
Don't get on with EndNote? There are lots of other reference management programs out there!