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Referencing

Referencing

To help with understanding referencing styles we have produced five referencing handbooks. Print copies of these are available in the Library or you can download electronic copies.

Request for permission to use Handbooks

We are happy for external education institutions to link to our referencing materials.  If you do link, please email to request permission so that we know who is using our materials: aws@lincoln.ac.uk

Contacts for referencing

Help with referencing

Contact your Academic Subject Librarian for help with referencing and for advice on avoiding plagiarism.

Reference management tools

Managing your references

Reference management software can help you to store, organise and share your references and generate citations and reference lists.

Harvard Referencing

Harvard referencing

Harvard Referencing: an introduction online tutorial

Harvard Referencing: an introduction is a short tutorial which explains why and when to reference and introduces you to the Harvard style of referencing we use at the University of Lincoln.

If you're using this tutorial on a mobile device you'll need to download the Articulate Mobile Player app for Apple or Android first.

Plagiarism: Promoting academic integrity

Avoiding plagiarism

Plagiarism: promoting academic integrity online tutorial

Plagiarism: promoting academic integrity is a short tutorial which explains what plagiarism is and gives you tips on how to avoid it. It takes about 20 minutes to complete.

If you're using this tutorial on a mobile device you'll need to download the Articulate Mobile Player app for Apple or Android first.