This page contains information on tools that can be used to help with citing sources and creating reference lists in assignments and articles.
Please note: The Library can offer only general referencing advice. For detailed guidance, students should refer to their course or module study guide, or speak to their School or supervisor. Students can also seek help from the Learning Development Service (undergraduate support) or the Graduate School (postgraduate support).
The university's Learning Development Service has developed this online guide to referencing, covering a number of different citation styles:
Published by Bloomsbury Publishing, Cite Them Right is an authoritative guide to citing sources using various referencing styles, with a particular focus on Harvard and Vancouver.
Cite Them Right is available to browse on-line by clicking the link below, and logging in with your QUB number and password:
Cite Them Right also exists as a print book, copies of which are available to borrow from multiple branches of the Library at Queen's. Click the book title below to view the Library catalogue record for the latest edition of Cite Them Right.
The Library subscribes to the premium reference management tool, EndNote, which means that all current QUB students and staff members may download and use it for free.
For more information, please click the link below:
For EndNote training and support, please email Richard Fallis.
EndNote training videos are also viewable on the EndNote page of this guide.