Citing and referencing
Everything you need to know about citing and referencing correctly
Learn to cite and reference properly to avoid being accused of plagiarism and acknowledge your sources. Acknowledging sources clearly and correctly is an important part of academic communication.
Acknowledging a source involves two steps:
1.a citation in the text of your work
2.a reference list or a bibliography or a works cited list at the end of your work
How to use different citation styles
Different schools use different styles. Visit the Citing and referencing Library Guide to check which style is used in your school or department. Please contact your lecturer if you are unsure about which style to use. If you are still unsure, choose a style used by your school and use it consistently.
Learning how to cite and reference is only one part of academic integrity. To learn more about academic integrity, look at the Academic integrity modules.
Academic Integrity with Citing and Referencing (Part 1: Academic Integrity)
Academic Integrity with Citing and Referencing (Part 2: APA Referencing Style)
- EndNote is a software for creating and managing collections of references.
- EndNote interacts with Word that automatically creates citations and references/ bibliographies according to a chosen citation style, as a document is being created.
- The software is freely available to Monash staff and students undertaking a thesis or other research writing.
Obtain EndNote software: https://guides.lib.monash.edu/endnote
EndNote online tutorials (Part 1 to part 6): https://www.monash.edu.my/library/research/elearning-resources/video-tutorials