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Help Guide: Referencing

External websites

Below are links to external websites which offer advice on referencing. Please be aware that these give advice only and you should always check your Departmental Handbook.

RefWorks

Use RefWorks to keep track of your research and reading and make your assignments and dissertation more manageable

Watch this video to see how RefWorks can help you from day one of your studies.

Complete this tutorial for more information on using RefWorks.

Login into Refworks here using Shibboleth.

For more information go to the RefWorks website

See the PDF below for a guide on getting started with RefWorks and how to export references.

EndNote

Use EndNote to keep track of your research and reading and make your assignments and dissertation more manageable.

Watch this video to see how EndNote can help you from day one of your studies.

EndNote is available to use on campus but you will need to purchase the software if you wish to use it at home. See the ICT pages on Software for Sale or Loan.

Referencing Audiovisual Material

Have you ever wondered how to cite a television advert? Or what about an extra from a DVD? These guidelines produced by the British Universities Film and Video Council (BUFVC) outline best practice in citing any kind of audiovisual item and cover film; television programmes; radio programmes; audio recordings; DVD extras; clips; trailers; adverts; idents; non-broadcast, amateur and archive material; podcasts; vodcasts; and games.

Books and eBooks