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Referencing at Newman: Cite them right online

Referencing - introduction, in-text citations, reference list examples, RefWorks and how you can get more help

What is Cite them right online?

Our trial of Cite them right online finished at the end of June 2020.

If you used the resource, we are very interested to hear your views about it. Please fill out our survey.

Your views will help us decide whether to subscribe to Cite them right online, or help us to improve our current referencing guide.

Cite them right online is a resource to help you learn how to reference correctly and avoid plagiarism. It can support you in correctly creating accurate references. 

It includes an hour-long, interactive eLearning referencing tutorial (broken into 5 minute segments), guides to each of the standard referencing styles we use at Newman, advice about referencing and plagiarism, as well as a tool to help you reference 150+ sources.

This comprehensive resource has been developed from the bestselling book Cite them right by Richard Pears and Graham Shields, which the Newman referencing guide is based on.

The Library is trialled Cite them right online from April to June 2020.

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