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Short guide for Middlesex students on how to access and use Cite Them Right for correct referencing.

Short guide for Middlesex students on how to access and use Cite Them Right for correct referencing.

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  • How to access Cite them Right 3 Click on the guide for Health and Education – this will open and log you in to ‘Cite them Right’ Click the tab ‘Referencing’ http://libguides.ac.uk/plagiarismreferencing
  • Cite Them Right From the front page select what you want to reference (book/ journal/ something from the internet etc) It will then give you more specific options below to choose from. SELECT THE RELEVANT LINK. From the front page select what you want to reference (book/ journal/ something from the internet etc)
  • 5 It will then give examples of both how to cite the information in the text of your essay You will be taken to details of how to reference that resource: First select the style of referencing from the drop down As well as how to write the reference for your bibliography ALTERNATIVELY: The box on the right hand side gives you named fields, with correct formatting, for you to input the details of your reading (you can then copy and paste this or email it to yourself)
  • Referencing software/programs 6  Refworks is an online site to manage your references subscribed to by the University – you access it like any other database through logging into MyUniHub > My Study > scroll down to ‘My library’ > databases  Mendeley is a free to use Open access website to which you can sign up and store and organise all your references http://www.mendeley.com/
  • Library subject guide 7  Guides and helpsheets  My contact details – please make appointments with me if you need more support! Access via MyUniHub > My study > My library > library subject guides
  • Need help?  Librarians in the Specialist Zone (1st floor) 11-3 Monday - Friday  Ask a Librarian http://askalibrarian.mdx.ac.uk/  Psychology Library Subject Guide http://libguides.mdx.ac.uk/psy