The Referencing Tool has had a make-over!

You already know that our Referencing Tool is world famous, but did you know it’s just been updated to include functions that you’ve been asking for? Check it out here!

Save a reference style

You can now save all of the examples of a referencing style (e.g. APA 6) in a format that’s easy to print, save, and use offline.

Print an item

You could always print from the Referencing Tool, but student feedback told us you could only print one item per session. This is fixed so you can print as many items as you want!

Access new content

AGPS Harvard now includes an example for citing electronic journals with DOIs. There is also updated content in AGPS Harvard and APA 6 including personal communications.

Find out where to get more help

Information in our Disclaimer is now more detailed, telling you which manuals we’ve consulted to provide referencing support. As always, your Course Convenor has the final say on referencing for your course.

Creative Commons licence

If you’re keen to use our content as so many universities are, our creative commons licence offers the Referencing Tool content freely as long as it is attributed, non-commercial and any modification is licenced similarly.

We’re constantly striving to improve our resources, and appreciate your feedback.