Use our helpful AGLC, APA and Harvard style guides to cite your sources correctly and find out how to easily manage them with EndNote (reference management software).
Always check your unit outline (or with your lecturer, tutor or supervisor) to find out which referencing style you are required to use.
If you need help with referencing, you can contact the Library for assistance.
Check out our referencing tool
Swinburne Library's referencing tool includes examples from:
- Australian Guide to Legal Citation 4th Edition (AGLC4)
- American Psychological Association (APA7) Style Guide
- Institute of Electrical & Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Style Guide.
Style guides and referencing software
Australian Guide to Legal Citation 4th Edition (AGLC4)
Learn more about the Australian Guide to Legal Citation style guide, including helpful referencing examples.
American Psychological Association (APA) Style Guide
Learn more about the American Psychological Association style guide, including helpful referencing examples.
Harvard Referencing Style Guide
Learn more about the Harvard style guide, including helpful referencing examples.
Easily store and manage your references as well as create bibliographies using this tool.
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