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Referencing style guides

Referencing styles outline how to include citations and create a reference list to ensure that you acknowledge the work of others correctly. Get information on different referencing styles used at The University of Queensland.

Which referencing style do I use?

Use the style specified by your school. Check your Learn.UQ (Blackboard) course or school website for an assignment guide. Ask your tutor or lecturer if you have questions.

Our referencing style guides

The Library has created guides, with examples of different formats and reference lists, for the following styles:

Referencing software

Create your references with EndNote referencing software provided by the Library or other referencing software.

Other relevant guides

Guides to help you complete your assignments and research:

 Subject - our librarians have selected key books, journals and databases to find articles and specialised resources for your subject.

 How to find - techniques and resources to find specific information formats, including peer reviewed journals articles, theses and standards.

 Research techniques - how to find, analyse and visualise research information and data.

 Systems and tools for researchers - how to access and use particular systems and tools, including UQ eSpace and UQ Research Data Manager.

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