Answered By: Keith Brisland Last Updated: Aug 16, 2017 Views: 3088
Attached is a concise guide to Harvard Referencing (see Links & Files below).
More information about all the referencing systems used at BCU, including Harvard, Oscola and APA, can be found on iCity here (or see the attached PDF below for the Harvard guide if you do not have an iCity log in). Most of our students use Harvard referencing.
Our referencing guides include:
- Printed books and reports
- Printed articles in periodicals (journals)
- Electronic sources e.g. electronic journal articles, PDFs, blogs, market research reports
- Audiovisual media e.g. podcasts, films, radio, YouTube, video games
- Visual sources e.g. photographs, illustrations
- Hansard (UK Parliament proceedings)
- Legal and governmental resources
- Other e.g. Archival material, dictionaries, dissertations, plays, poetry, national curriculum, patents, standards, speeches and more.
If you would like help with referencing, you can book a tutorial with the Centre for Academic Success or the PDD:
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