Course resource help for Nutrition and Food Science

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Please get in touch if you have any queries about:

  • finding information and resources for assignments
  • finding online resources
  • referencing your sources

Richard Persaud

Headington Library, JHB 112 (Level 1)

01865 483341

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Citing your sources (also called referencing) is an essential part of your academic work and is explained fully on our library referencing webpage.

The Library also has a printed guide to citing your references using the Harvard (Author-Date) system (Word and PDF versions available).

Cite Them Right Online shows you how to reference a wide range of sources (books, journal articles, web sites) using exactly the same Harvard style used at Brookes. Video - How to use Cite Them Right 

Referencing & understanding Plagiarism an easy to read guide book

Some postgraduate students may be asked to use a referencing and editorial style from the American Psychological Association: Library guide to using APA 7 - a document to guide you through referencing a variety of different publication types using APA 7.

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