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Citing References

Apostrophe

At the end of an assignment, you must list all the publications you have referred to (cited) in your writing. There are many different styles of referencing.

Below are guides and tutorials on using the Harvard, APA, Vancouver, MHRA and OSCOLA systems, which are commonly used at Cardiff University.


Guides








Tutorials

Harvard referencing tutorial and FAQs

APA referencing tutorial

Avoiding plagiarism online tutorial / Llên-ladrad yn erbyn Arfer Da

Citing the law online tutorial

MHRA referencing tutorial

Paraphrasing and summarizing tutorial

Vancouver referencing tutorial

 

Videos

How to cite and reference web pages in the Cardiff University Harvard style / Sut i ddyfynnu a chyfeirio at dudalennau gwe gan ddefynyddio ardull Harvard Prifysgol Caerdydd

How to cite and reference journal articles in the Cardiff University Harvard style / Sut i gyfeirio at cyfnodolion ag eGyfnodolion yn yr arddull Harvard Prifysgol Caerdydd

How to reference journals and ejournals using the Cardiff University BIOSI Harvard style 

How to reference journals and ejournals using the Vancouver (numeric) style / Sut i gyfeiriadu yn yr arddull Vancouver rhifyddol

How to avoid plagiarism: 5 top tips / Sut i osgoi llen ladrad: Y pum prif awgrym

 

EndNote

EndNote software is also available to assist you in writing references correctly. You can use EndNote to automatically add citations and create a list of references in your Word documents.

The following guide will help you get started with using EndNote. For more information please ask in your Library.

EndNote [198.4 Kb]

EndNote Web [208.7 Kb]

EndNote FAQs