Proper referencing is critical. Your writing should always include accurate references to:
There are three components to citing references
There is a preferred referencing style for most subject areas within the University. Please see below for details.
Look for more books on referencing in the Library Catalogue or check the shelves at class mark K 8.135.
If you have never used RefWorks before you should use NEW RefWorks (this one requires a personal user name and password). Register or login at http://refworks.proquest.com.
If you have always used legacy RefWorks (this is the version where you login from Portal > Resources tab), you may continue to use that version (see Referencing Software below). However if you would like to change to NEW RefWorks, make sure you finish any work or assignments before making the switch. Contact your librarian if you would like help.
Referencing software helps you to collect and organise references and automatically generate a reference list (bibliography). The University provides RefWorks and EndNote. EndNote is mostly used by staff and PhD students.