Mendeley is a versatile and powerful reference management platform that helps automatically create pre-formatted reference lists that reliably match the citations in the body of your assignment. It can save you time and hassle referencing things, whichever referencing style you …

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When it comes to referencing these days, it is usually pretty straightforward. Click the  icon on the Library website and then on Cite Them Right, log in (if you are not using the VPN – but seriously, if you can …

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Referencing is most people’s least favourite part of researching and writing an assignment.  Tedious, pedantic and seemingly comprised of the wreckage left by a violent collision between a number of different rulesets, referencing systems seem to be designed to cost …

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Our lovely Law subject team, Mystery and Sharon, will be running OSCOLA (law referencing) drop-in sessions via Zoom three times a week on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays between 5 October and 18 December from 11 am – 12 noon each …

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Your reference list is a single alphabetical list of all the sources you have cited.  Everything you have cited should be included in your reference list and everything in your reference list should have been cited at least once in …

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Back in the day, there were different folks trying to solve the same problem: how to make things you find online easily and reliably retrievable despite the people hosting those things regularly giving web pages and other content descriptive names …

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As we all know, the correct number of authors for any work is one.  This makes it really simple to cite and reference, saving us time and therefore is objectively the best number.  Authors are however gregarious folk who often …

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