Help with referencing
FedCite has examples and useful tips for creating in text citations, footnotes and full references in APA, Australian Harvard, Chicago, MLA and IEEE. Use FedCite to help create references for your assignments.
If your course is using the Australian Guide to Legal Citation (Footnotes AGLC), you can download a copy of the AGLC guide from Melbourne Law School.
Check your course description or ask your lecturer or tutor for the style to use for each of your courses.
Manage your references with EndNote
EndNote is a reference management system that helps you:
- grab references from Library QuickSearch, journal databases, library catalogues, and other sources
- insert a formatted reference list into your own documents
- organise and manage your references
- share your research.
EndNote Web is the online version of EndNote recommended for undergraduates. Go to the EndNote online for undergraduates subject guide to get started.
EndNote Desktop is the full version of EndNote. We recommend staff and postgraduate students use the EndNote desktop version. Go to the EndNote desktop: self-paced learning guide to get started.
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