FedUni uses three main styles of referencing:
- APA - American Psychological Association
- MLA - Modern Language Association
You can download the General Guide to Referencing (pdf, 1.6mb) where each is described in detail.
In addition, Footnotes AGLC (Australian Guide to Legal Citation) is used by some law courses.
It is important to consult your unit description, lecturer or tutor for the preferred citation style for each subject you undertake.
We provide assistance for FedUni staff and students with citation and referencing queries. Further support is available from:
EndNote is a desktop-based referencing and bibliography manager which is now available for staff and post-graduate researcher use. A guide on how to install EndNote and migrate references from RefWorks to EndNote can be found here.
EndNote Web is a simpler web-based version which retains the core functionality of the desktop version, but is available using a web browser. A guide for undergraduates on establishing and using an EndNote Web account can be found here.
EndNote and EndNote Web can be used to:
- Search within databases.
- Store and organise your references.
- Create and format bibliographies choosing from 6000 referencing styles.
- Share your research.
How do I access EndNote?
The desktop EndNote installer is available from the Software Centre on your staff machine.
EndNote Web accounts are created via the web.
More details to follow.
EndNote training and support
- About EndNote
- EndNote tutorials
- EndNote Web tutorials
- Swinburne University of Technology Endnote video tutorials
Introductory classes will be available from the beginning of semester. Check here to view the timetable.
RefWorks is currently being phased out and will no longer be available to current account holders from 30th June 2016.