Referencing well will improve the quality of your academic work and help you avoid accidental plagiarism.
You will be directed by your tutors on which referencing style to use. The two most common styles in Humanities and Social Sciences are Harvard and MHRA. The School of Law uses the OSCOLA style.
The Library provides referencing guidance and resources. You can also contact your subject librarian with any questions you have about referencing.
Below are some key sources of guidance for referencing. If you need to use the Harvard style, Cite Them Right will be useful.
There are two versions of EndNote: EndNote Desktop and EndNote Online. The latter is recommended for the Foundation Year, undergraduates and taught postgraduates.