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Help with referencing: I'm using another referencing style

Always check your references

Think of yourself as the quality controller of your reference list.  Make sure that your citations and references are as good as they can be by checking that all the details are correct and that you have followed the guidance provided.

Referencing styles for specific subjects

Not all students at SHU are expected to use the APA system for referencing. Please follow the guidance you are given by your tutors.

If you are on a Chemistry or a Forensics course, you should reference numerically using the Royal Society of Chemistry style.

If you choose to use a online tool or app for reference list creation, you will still need to check that your references are correct and if you are unsure which style to use, then please refer to your course leader before you submit your first assignment.

Not all students at SHU are expected to use the APA system for referencing. Please follow the guidance you are given by your tutors.

Not all students at SHU are expected to use the APA system for referencing. Please follow the guidance you are given by your tutors.

Students studying Fine art and Creative art practice should refer to the lecture slides and the course handbook for help with the Oxford system.

Not all students at SHU are expected to use the APA system for referencing. Please follow the guidance you are given by your tutors.

Not all students at SHU are expected to use the APA system for referencing. Please follow the guidance you are given by your tutors.

Not all students at SHU are expected to use the APA system for referencing. Please follow the guidance you are given by your tutors.

If you are asked to used the Vancouver style you may find the Imperial College London Guide to the Vancouver Citing and Referencing Style useful.

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