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Faculty of Science

Why do you need to reference?

Referencing

  • shows what sources you have used to research your topic.
  • it gives support and weight to your arguments and conclusions
  • to avoid accusations of plagiarism
  • it allows you to acknowledge the contribution of other researchers in your work

Plagiarism

Plagiarism is the act of copying someone else work and claiming it as your own.

Endnote

Endnote is a software tool that manages your references and formats your bibliography.

Please link to Endnote 9 Guide and Tutorials by clicking:

Endnote 9

Vancouver Reference Tutorial

Vancouver is a numbered referencing style that is commonly used in medicine and science. It consists of:

  • the use of a number to indicate a citation to someone else's work in the text
  • a numbered list at the end of the document that provides full details of the in-text reference

For a detailed guide to Vancouver referencing please consult

Citing Medicine, 2nd edition The NLM Style Guide for Authors, Editors, and Publishers Karen Patrias; Dan Wendling, Technical Editor. 2007

 

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