OHFT Librarians offer guidance and training in referencing. Contact us to enquire about training for individuals or teams. Information about training offered in use of Endnote is also available on the library website: Training Courses
Library resources to support referencing are also available to OHFT staff and students via the SWIMS catalogue including:
Cite them right: the essential referencing guide / Richard Pears, Graham Sheilds. 10th ed 2016
Online tools /links to support referencing
Oxford Brookes University Referencing Guidelines https://www.brookes.ac.uk/library/library-services/information-skills/citing-references-in-your-work-and-plagiarism/
Harvard Referencing Guides
1. Neil’s Toolbox This tool takes in the raw information – author, title, year of publication – and creates the reference in the correct form. You can then highlight and copy this into the bibliography section of your report.You then reference this next to the relevant section within your essay in the format (Author, Year) such as (Smith, 2005).
2. Harvard Referencing Tutorial. This online tutorial aims to help you understand:
- What citing and referencing mean
- Why it is important to reference the information you use
- How to cite sources in your written work using the Harvard referencing style
- How to include quotations in your written work
- How to write your references list in the Harvard style
3. Guide to the Harvard system of referencing: This is written by Library staff at Anglia Ruskin to support their students’ information skills, but is also frequently cited as a valuable source on the Internet.
MLA Referencing Guides
1. Neil’s Toolbox: This tool takes in the raw information – author, title, year of publication – and creates the reference in the correct form. You can then highlight and copy these into your essays and reports.
Page last reviewed: 23 April, 2020