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Referencing Guide: Harvard
Find your referencing style and learn how to reference correctly
CDU Library develops the CDU Harvard Referencing StyleGuide and provides guidance on its use.
The Harvard Style is an author-date style. There is no definitive guide or standard to Harvard referencing and you may come across many different styles or ways of using the Harvard or author-date system.
We update the guide every year so check the date to make sure you have the latest edition. If you believe you have found an error or wish to clarify how to reference an item contact us via email@example.com
1. Highlight and select all your reference list entries
2. In the toolbar at the top of your word document click on the A-Z icon
3. You may need to add the extra line spaces in again
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CDU Harvard Referencing workshop
This is a recorded workshop session on the fundamentals of the CDU Harvard Referencing style.
Harvard Referencing Manuals
Style Manual by Department of Communications, Information Technology Andarts Staff; Snooks and Co. Staff (Editor)Anyone faced with the task of preparing material for publication needs guidance. This sixth edition of the Style Manual provides guidance and detailed advice on publishing in both print and electronic formats.
Call Number: 686.2252 STYL
Publication Date: 2011-09-26
The Complete Guide to Referencing and Avoiding Plagiarism by Colin NevilleWhy is accurate referencing important? How do I reference sources correctly? What must I do to avoid plagiarism in my written work? How can I use referencing to assert my own ideas? Tackling all the main forms of referencing - Harvard, APA, MLA and Numerical referencing styles - in an accessible and comprehensive manner, you'll want to dip into this book time and again.
Call Number: 808.027 NEVI
Publication Date: 2010-02-01
Cite Them Right by Richard Pears; Graham ShieldsThis book is renowned as the most comprehensive yet easy-to-use guide to referencing available. Tutors rely on the advice to guide their students in the skills of identifying and referencing information sources and avoiding plagiarism. This new edition has new and expanded content, especially in relation to latest electronic sources.