Welcome to the Referencing LibGuide. This guide will:
Citation: this is where you refer to the source in the text of your document. This is a shortened way of citing the source, with full details given in the reference list.
Reference: the full bibliographic details of the source you have cited. In the Harvard style this is given as a reference list at the end of a document.
Bibliography: this includes any sources you have read as part of your research, whether you have cited them directly or not. When a bibliography is requested, this is also a list at the end of a document.
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Accurate referencing is essential in all academic work, and it:
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What should I reference?
You should always reference a source when:
Use this flowchart to help you decide if you need to reference (click on the image for a larger view):
Put your referencing skills to the test with this great short quiz from Newcastle University Library.