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This webpage provides more information and examples on in-text citations.
The image below is an example of one kind of "in-text" referencing. In-text referencing demonstrates where the information from.
How to reference using the Harvard Style
This video provides an overview of the importance of referencing, using in-text referencing to support paraphrasing and how to prepare your full reference list by organising your citations in alphabetical order by the author's surname.
The image below is an example of a reference list. It is a seperate document attached to the end of your essay or project - note that the references are arranged in alphabetical order by author's surname or organisation's name.
The slides below provide a detail guide on referencing, in-text citations and preparing your reference list.