The Library’s expert guides to referencing styles commonly used at the University include examples of how to cite different resources in your work and construct a reference list or bibliography.
The Australian Guide to Legal Citation (AGLC) is a footnote/reference system.
The American Psychological Association (APA 7th) style is widely used in the social sciences and other fields, such as education, commerce and nursing.
Chicago A (footnote)
The Chicago style has both an author-date system and a notes and bibliography system. This is Chicago A - notes and bibliography (footnote).
Chicago B (author-date)
The Chicago style has both an author-date system and a notes and bibliography system. This is Chicago B - author-date
The Harvard style is an author-date citation system that has not been updated for more than 15 years and has no official institutional connection to Harvard University. If you have a choice of which citation style to use, a recommended alternative author-date system to Harvard is APA.
This guide is based on MLA Handbook Plus, 9th edition.
Vancouver style uses a numeric system of in-text referencing.
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