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|Fast access to reference formats and examples|
|Tools to help you correctly reference your sources|
|Essential information for academic referencing|
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"To avoid criticism: do nothing, say nothing, be nothing." Elbert Hubbard (1856 - 1915)
Fast access to the APA, MLA and Chicago formats for different sources.
Links to detailed information on APA, MLA and Chicago referencing styles.
Faculty referencing styles
View the University of Auckland's faculty-recommended referencing styles.
Teaching staff may require you to provide an e-version of your assignment so that its originality can be reviewed by the Turnitin.com detection system.
Learn to reference
A selection of interactive tutorials that can help you learn how to correctly reference your sources.
Software & wizards
Find out about software and referencing wizards that can do most of the work for you.