• Referencing

    Referencing

    You need to reference all the sources you use in your assignments.  Find out how to reference correctly:

    Referencing and plagiarism tutorial in succeed@solent

    Referencing: The Harvard Way factsheet


    IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR RefME/Cite This For Me USERS

    RefME/Cite This for Me - migrate to RefWorks now!

    RefME became Cite This For Me on 7th March. We strongly advise you to backup your references and move to RefWorks now as the Harvard SSU style is not accurate. See the RefME Subject Guide for guidance.




    Refworks is software that allows you to store and use references you have found during your research.  Export references from eResources, such as those mentioned above, or the library catalogue - then use Refworks to generate your in-text references and final reference list.  You can also download RefWorks into Word to allow you to use Write N Cite in your written work.  For more information on using Refworks, have a look at this help page.  If you are new to referencing tools we are currently advising you to use RefWorks