Referencing is a key skill for academic writing at all levels and we can help you navigate the referencing system used within your programme.
You can begin to understand referencing and how to avoid plagiarism by accessing the Skills4Study Referencing and Understanding Plagiarism module.
You can also check out Cite Them Right, available under Find Databases in LibrarySearch. This provides citation and reference structures for Harvard, APA, MLA and more. Make sure that you find out which referencing style your programme uses first.
These are a great way to save, store and organise references and/or bibliographies for your assignments. They allow you to create reading lists in the referencing style of your choice at the click of a button.
As a Christ Church student you can access RefWorks - an online (no downloads required), easy to use reference management system.
Cite Them Right – This tool is very important yet the ease of use means I have one thing less to worry about, I feel like the referencing master now but it’s down to this amazing resource offered by the library.Brighton KarimakwendaMSc Public Health
The hub has been developed by Learning Developers and Learning & Research Librarians with your needs in mind.
Each module will offer you the opportunity to develop your skills, assess your understanding and apply your new knowledge for continued development.
Researching your assignments can seem like a big task so we offer lots of support to help you get going and find the information you need.
You’ll find lots of digital and print resources in the library. From e-books, online journals and video streaming platforms to research material, digital newspapers, print books and more.
Academic writing can seem quite different from other ways of communicating and developing your skills early on can make a big difference to your studies.