Where can I get help?
For more information about referencing, there are other sections of Referen©ite that can help you:
- Quick©ite provides fast access to specific referencing formats and examples.
- Tools provides links to online tutorials, guides and wizards that can help you correctly reference your sources.
- Doctor©ite has answers to students' frequently asked questions about referencing.
If you can't find the information you need in Referen©ite there are a number of other options you can try:
- Ask your lecturer or tutor – these are the staff that will be marking your assignments so they will be able to tell you what they expect.
- Check your departmental handbooks and course outlines – often referencing information and examples are included in the publications that are specific to your course or department.
- Look at the resources by subject pages from the University Library website. These pages may direct you to faculty-recommended referencing guides.
If you are a University of Auckland student you might also:
- Contact your Subject Librarian – Subject Librarians can often point you in the right direction to find information about your referencing style.
- Check the University of Auckland's guidelines on academic integrity – here you can find more information on the University's advice, guidelines and procedures relating to academic integrity.
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