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There are lots of guides and software that you can use out there to help you Harvard Reference! Here is an example of one I used to use. However, I would always recommend (if using a software to reference) to double check for mistakes.

Your university should also have their own specific guide on their website. I would recommend asking your lecturers for guidance on where to find this.

Referencing is something that comes with practice usually - so don't feel too worried if you don't get it straight away!

I hope this helps! If you have any questions, feel free to ask!

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Hi :hello:

There are lots of guides and software that you can use out there to help you Harvard Reference! Here is an example of one I used to use. However, I would always recommend (if using a software to reference) to double check for mistakes.

Your university should also have their own specific guide on their website. I would recommend asking your lecturers for guidance on where to find this.

Referencing is something that comes with practice usually - so don't feel too worried if you don't get it straight away!

I hope this helps! If you have any questions, feel free to ask!

Melissa
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Thank you!!!
Hi :hello:

No worries! Glad to help!

If you have any questions, just let me know!

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There are lots of guides and software that you can use out there to help you Harvard Reference! Here is an example of one I used to use. However, I would always recommend (if using a software to reference) to double check for mistakes.
Adding to what LHU said:

Honestly, I just use citethisforme.com when I write up my bibliographies. Not only does it provide you with a guide but it can also just do it for you. They might ask you to disable your ad-blocker or pay a service fee but there's also a free version.The free version limits you by number of references and a time frame but you can write them in batches, copy/paste them across, then start a fresh page to avoid this cap. I hope this helps.
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I use https://library.aru.ac.uk/referencing/harvard.htm, good overview for almost anything you can think of citing.
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Adding to what LHU said:

Honestly, I just use citethisforme.com when I write up my bibliographies. Not only does it provide you with a guide but it can also just do it for you. They might ask you to disable your ad-blocker or pay a service fee but there's also a free version.The free version limits you by number of references and a time frame but you can write them in batches, copy/paste them across, then start a fresh page to avoid this cap. I hope this helps.
Hi PixelThief :hello:

I used to like citethisforme.com too - it's a really useful tool!

I would, however, recommend always double checking that the citations they provide are correct, as sometimes they don't come out perfect!

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