Perhaps you want to double-check how to incorporate quotations or paraphrasing or author-date citations in your work. Maybe you are unsure how to organise your Reference List or Bibliography (indeed, maybe you're confused about the difference between the two).
In the Harvard Referencing pages of this blog, we've put together a number of resources to try and help you get to grips with the Referencing standard used at Newcastle College. These include:
- Presentations ranging from a quick overview to more insights into more advanced rules.
- Handouts, including our Referencing & Bibliographies booklet and examples of Harvard in action.
- Online Guides showing worked examples of how to construct references for pretty much any source that you might use.
- Links to software that can construct Harvard References for you.
Click here for the full collection, and if you have any other suggestions for resources; or come across any particular problems when referencing your work, then don't hesitate to get in touch.