Harvard Reference Style Guide

Referencing or citing your sources is an important part of academic writing. It lets you acknowledge the ideas or words of others if you use them in your work and helps avoid plagiarism.Referencing also demonstrates that you've read relevant background literature and you can provide authority for statements you make in your assignments.The Harvard citation style can vary in minor features such as punctuation, capitalisation, abbreviations, and the use of italics.Note: Always check with your instructor/professor for which citation style they prefer you to use.HomeGetting started with Harvard referencingReference formats & examplesBooks & e-booksJournal articlesNewspapersInternet/websitesLecture notesThesesLegislation/CasesConference proceedingsPersonal communicationsMulti-media materialsCompany informationPatents & standardsEncyclopedia & Dictionary EntriesImage/Table/ArtworkDataCase StudiesSample In-Text ReferencesSample Reference ListWhich referencing style should I be using?Before you write your reference list or bibliography, check with your lecturer/tutor which style they prefer you to use and refer to the instructions included with your assignment.Contact your College Librarian for help with referencing.
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