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Guide to Referencing and developing a Bibliography

Posted on Oct 29, 2014 by in Education | 0 comments

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Reference, in literal terms, means the act of mentioning to something. When you are in the stride of preparing your research paper or any scientific document, referencing to existing material becomes inevitable. But when it comes to citing the referred material, the complex list of guidelines creates an intimidating environment for the author.

From among the different referencing styles, Harvard is the most often adopted style by Universities around the globe. Wide variations persist even within one writing style. The resource attached herewith is the simplest guide to refer for citing different types of information sources.

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