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Ebook: 11th edition
Cite them right : the essential referencing guide. 11th edn. by
Publication Date: 2019
WIT Libraries has access to one copy of this ebook.
Provides examples [not in 10th edn] of Harvard referencing for citing body art, book cover blurb, case analyses, cinemagraphs, circuses, collages, GIS maps and datasets, House of Commons Library reports, intranet documents, letters to the editor, LIDAR, musicals, NICE guidelines, paragraphs in web pages, Periscope, product reviews, screenshots, sewing and knitting patterns, silhouettes, streaming services, systematic reviews, Snapchat, WhatsApp, and working papers.
The basic Harvard referencing style used in this guide is based on the 10th edition of Cite them right by Pears and Shields. It has been adjusted where necessary to meet the referencing requirements of our own students.
The design of this guide is based on the RGU Harvard Referencing Guide by Robert Gordon University Aberdeen.
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