Monday, November 12, 2012

Get help with referencing at the library!

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Not sure how to write in-text references or create reference lists for your assignments ? The library is here to help!

You can find all the library referencing guides in one handy place on our website, or you can pick up a printed copy from the main library.

These guides will show you how to correctly cite a range of sources (including web resources) using APA, AGLC, Harvard and Vancouver referencing styles.

You can also take advantage of referencing tools that are available through Bond University Library: 
  • Endnote allows you to create a library of your references, making it easy to create bibliographies, add in-text citations, and choose your required referencing style.
  • Refworks is a similar tool to Endnote, but rather than storing your reference library on your hard drive your reference list is stored online.

Remember: Don't leave your referencing to the last minute!
It may take longer than you expect! 

If you need to talk to someone about your referencing, you can contact us using the Ask a librarian email and chat service, or head over to the Library and Computing Service Desk at the Main Library to talk to someone in person.

Happy referencing! 

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