UTAS Library holds print Style Manuals (complete guides) for the following referencing styles: Harvard, APA, MLA, Chicago, Vancouver & Turabian.
You can find these manuals on the shelves in UTAS Library branches.
Of course, writing a thorough, properly formatted reference page also helps you earn a good grade.
Write "References" at the top of the page, centered.
When you’re writing a research paper or creating a research project, you will probably use another individual’s work to help develop your own assignment.
A good researcher or scholar uses another individual’s work in a responsible way.If your reference list is double-spaced, then don't add an extra line between entries; if it is single-spaced, however, then you can add one line of blank space after each entry.Whatever type of format you choose, follow it consistently throughout your reference list.If the source is published online, you may want to provide the URL.If the source is a book, specify where the publisher is located. If an entry takes up more than one line, standard procedure involves indenting the subsequent lines, usually about half an inch.Citations link your reader to the sources that informed your thinking and show that you are participating in a scholarly conversation.Offering a citation gives your readers and other scholars access to your information sources if they wish to follow-up, or find more information on your topic.The reference page is a crucial element of your research paper; it helps you prevent plagiarism, and it proves you did your research.By providing publication information about the sources that helped you write your paper, the reference page both grants proper credit to other researchers and demonstrates your own scholarly diligence, thereby inducting you into the world of academia.Plagiarism can be illegal and there can be serious ramifications for plagiarizing someone else’s work. One way it can be prevented is by including citations and references in your research project. Try the Citation Machine citation generator, which is found on our homepage.Citations and references should be included anytime you use another individual’s work in your own assignment.