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Referencing & Plagiarism   Tags: plagiarism, referencing, turnitin  

A collaborative guide produced by the Library, LDU & MDXSU
Last Updated: Oct 24, 2014 URL: Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts

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Finding help

Within the University there are many different places you can get help and advice about plagiarism and referencing. This guide brings togther a wide range of information provided by the:

  • Library
  • Learner Development Unit (LDU)
  • Middlesex University Student Union (MDXSU),  

Where can I find help with:


Understanding Referencing & Plagiarism workshops

Are you worried about plagiarism and referencing? Not sure how to use Turnitin?

With assignment deadlines coming up, come along and find out everything you need to know!

The workshops will tackle what plagiarism is and what it isn’t; how to avoid it by referencing properly; and using & understanding Turnitin.

To find the next Understanding Referencing & Plagiarism workshop click here

These workshops are FREE and available to all Middlesex students.

Referencing Style Guides by School

 These are the current guides specified by each School:

Referencing software

Middlesex University subscribes to Flow as referencing software.  Flow has Harvard Cite them Right as a preset referencing style for use by those schools which specify Cite them Right as their approved style.

Other software is available. Please see the links below for more information.


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