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Civil Engineering

A guide to UQ Library resources for study and research in Civil Engineering.

Referencing styles

 Referencing is acknowledging other's work or ideas that you have used in your assignment. There are many different referencing styles. Check your subject outline or ask your lecturer which one you need to use.

The style usually recommended by the School of Civil Engineering is the APA style:

  The Library has created guides, with examples of different formats and reference lists for the different referencing styles used at UQ.

Referencing style guides

Digital Essentials

Complete the Digital Essentials modules to help you quickly build your digital skills for study and work. Learn about online UQ systems, find tools for specific tasks and develop skills for using digital resources.

Complete these modules to build your study and assignment skills:

EndNote referencing software

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Use EndNote to save and manage references and create correctly formatted bibliographies.  Attendance at an EndNote training session is strongly advised.

Endnote training

 Beginners and advanced training classes in EndNote referencing software are held in the Library throughout the year.

Booking is essential via the Library Training calendar.

Training sessions

 Classes include:

  • EndNote referencing software
  • Advanced searching in databases
  • Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint
  • Creating infographics
  • 3D modelling