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1. Welcome to the
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2. What have you got?
3. How do I find books
on my reading list?
I’ve found an image
online; can I use it in my
Where can I find data
on chemical reaction
Where can I find
on olive oil?
What is the current British
Standard for testing plastics
What was the wind
speed at Cockle
Station in July
Can I borrow a
How do I reference an
article from The
Guardian in my
I need a couple of
The book I want is
out on loan. What
can I do?
Where can I access
maps of the
What’s the melting
point of aluminium?
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12. Referencing – good practice
To make your own contribution clear
To acknowledge source material
To ensure reader can find source material
To avoid plagiarism
Your referencing must be:
Use our Referencing Guide for practical help
13. What do I need to include?
In-text citation – (Robinson, 2012)
This acknowledges your source at the point of reference
in the body of your essay
If quoting directly include “speech marks” and page
number (Robinson, 2012: p.22)
Full reference in a bibliography at the end of your
Alphabetical by author name
Webpages to include URL and Access Date
14. Referencing examples (Harvard at Newcastle)
Surname, Initials. (Year of Publication) Title in Italics. Edition if
not first. Place of publication: Publisher.
Surname, Initials. (Year of Publication) ‘Title of article in single
quotes’, Title of Journal in Italics, Volume (Issue/month/season
where applicable), page numbers.
Author of website. (Year it was created) Title of Website. Available
at: URL (Accessed: last accessed date).
See the Referencing Guide:
15. The weird and wonderful
Government publication (online)
Country. Name of government department. (Year of publication)
Title. [Online] Available at: URL (Accessed: date).
Author/speaker. (Year) Title of communication. [Medium].
UK Statute (Act of Parliament) (post-1963)
Great Britain. Name of Act: Name of sovereign. Chapter number.
(Year of publication) Place of publication: Publisher.
Use Cite Them Right, Study Skills Level 3 Citation (PEA)
16. How can EndNote help?
Enter references manually
Download from databases
Sort, organise and search
Attach files and figures
Cite While You Write in Word
17. Need to know…
EndNote is available
Campus clusters and University PCs
Desktop via Remote Application Service
Online at my.endnote.com
To purchase at Adept Edustore
18. Getting help with EndNote
Available from the
Library homepage > EndNote
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Every Tuesday 12-1pm during term time
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