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Step 1. Before you use this library guide check: Does your School have its own referencing guide? To find out ask your lecturer or tutor.
Step 2. If you are using this guide or another guide and you are still unsure about a particular citation, it is always best to check with your tutor or lecturer - they will be marking your work after all.
Step 3. Refer to the Style Manual. UTAS Library holds print Style Manuals (complete guides) for the following referencing styles: Harvard, APA, MLA, Chicago, Vancouver & Turabian. You can find these manuals on the shelves in UTAS Library branches. To locate these books please refer to the other pages in this guide.
Step 4. If you have followed steps 1 - 3 and you still need referencing help contact staff in Student Learning, or ask at a library enquiries desk, or fill in this web form: Ask a Librarian
Where can i find more information about academic writing and study skills?
Study support & resources covers:
- Academic Reading,
- Critical Thinking,
- Essay Writing,
- Making Better Notes,
- Oral Presentations,
- Revising for Exams,
- Time Management,
- and more.
The study and writing section of this guide has a list of books and other resources available for you to borrow.
Developed by the University of Minnesota Libraries as a way to create a schedule for writing your assignment.