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Referencing

There are simply 2 main referencing systems

They are called Harvard and Vancouver.

If you are writing an article, a project, a university paper, a paper for the journal or a book – ask you publisher, university or educational organisation which system they use.   Ask publishers for their “house style” guide.   It’s better being clear about this right from the start – otherwise, you will have spent ages including references and things, only to have to painfully edit them once you realised you’ve been using the wrong system.

So, be clear right from the start.

Bits and Bobs

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Introduction to citation and referencing
Introduction to citation and referencing
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Harvard referencing tutorial
Harvard referencing tutorial
09:58
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Vancouver referencing style
Vancouver referencing style
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Harvard Referencing style guide
Harvard Referencing style guide
02:39
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Harvard Referencing Guide
Harvard Referencing Guide
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HOW TO HARVARD REFERENCE RESEARCH ARTICLES IN 1 MINUTE | Easy Follow Me Guide | Dissertation Tips
HOW TO HARVARD REFERENCE RESEARCH ARTICLES IN 1 MINUTE | Easy Follow Me Guide | Dissertation Tips
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Chapter 6: Paraphrasing: Putting it in your own words
Chapter 6: Paraphrasing: Putting it in your own words
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Paraphrasing:  The Basic Steps
Paraphrasing: The Basic Steps
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How To Reference The Harvard Style Using Ms Word
How To Reference The Harvard Style Using Ms Word
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How to convert your reference into Vancouver Style - Easy Method
How to convert your reference into Vancouver Style - Easy Method
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How to Add Bibliography Style (Vancouver, IEEE Reference, Harvard...) to Microsoft Word- Last Update
How to Add Bibliography Style (Vancouver, IEEE Reference, Harvard...) to Microsoft Word- Last Update
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