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It's really important to learn how to reference your work properly. A good piece of coursework is full of references to work that's been done by others before you, so good referencing habits will get you great marks. There are two parts to referencing:
Identify the reference in the text of your work. This is citation or in-text citation.
Provide a detailed list of all references you have used at the end of your work, this is a bibliography or reference list.
There are many different referencing styles. The most commonly used at Middlesex University is Harvard. For detailed information on how to cite and reference, please have a look at Cite Them Right basics.
Cite Them Right by Richard Pears; Graham ShieldsThis is the print version of Cite them Right with examples of how to cite and reference all types of different resources using Harvard and some in APA. For the online version follow the links to Cite them Right in the box above.