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When you are asked to write an assessment at University, your lecturer will expect that you cite your research within your writing and produce a reference list at the end of the piece of work. 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.
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!
There is also a web-based version of EndNote (registration required - free to Aston staff and students), which may be useful if you wish to access your EndNote Library from a number of different computers.
Cite This For Me is a tool designed to help students prepare their whole bibliography or reference list quickly and easily. APA, Chicago, Harvard, MLA, Vancouver, plus thousands of other referencing styles are all supported. With a simple, sophisticated design, Cite This For Me can assist students of all ages and education levels.
Please note: The free version requires you to export your Bibliography before closing the software otherwise you will lose it.