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Learning Development Centre
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).
Useful books on referencing
Cite Them Right Online
Your guide to referencing and avoiding plagiarism
Cite Them Right Online is an interactive eBook that will help you reference a wide range of sources, including: books, films, journals, web resources, images, tweets, and much, much more in a variety of referncing styles.
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!
Referencing sources from Library SmartSearch
- Find the item (e.g. book or article) you require in Library SmartSearch
- Click on the title to access the full record for your item
- Click the button on the right hand side of the screen
- Choose the most appropriate format for your task (check with the tutor marking your work if you're not sure)
- Check the reference thoroughly before copying and pasting it into your document
Alternatively, use the button to export your reference directly to your reference management software.