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Referencing your sources  

Referencing styles

A referencing style is a specific format for presenting your in-text references (footnotes or endnotes), and bibliography. There are hundreds of different referencing styles.

Click on the links below to see examples of referencing using some common styles:

Your School may want you to use a particular referencing style. Ask your lecturer which style to use if you are not sure. Be careful not to mix different referencing styles in your work.

The Learning Development Program also provides assistance with referencing.

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