Answered By: Andy Billington
Last Updated: Feb 03, 2017     Views: 190

We recommend you use RefWorks to help you with referencing.

RefWorks is a reference and document manager. The University pays for an Institution-wide licence, so anyone can sign up for an account.

You can save your citations from a number of databases and websites (including the Library Catalogue and Discover More) and use the tool to produce a bibliography in your chosen referencing style. 

The link to RefWorks can be found on the right hand side of the library catalogue home page.
If you haven't used Refworks before, the guide on how best to use it can be found here: RefWorks guide

For additional support with Harvard referencing, we recommend you visit our UniSkills referencing page where you can access our referencing toolkit and the 2014 Harvard guide.



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