Referencing styles

You will be referencing many different types of sources for your assignments. You need to be able to identify these sources and reference them appropriately according to the referencing style for your school, faculty or discipline.

Referencing styles used at the University

You will be required to use and correctly apply a particular referencing style to reference your sources. Many different styles are used at the university and the style may vary between faculties, disciplines and courses.

If you are not sure which style to use check with your lecturer or tutor.

Quick©ite  can help you to correctly reference using common styles found at the University of Auckland.

Or select from the Faculty list below:

Arts

Harvard,  Chicago,  MLA,  APA,  University of Auckland Style 

Business and Economics

APA 
See also The Business of Writing: Written Communication Skills for Business Students

Creative Arts and Industries

APA,  Chicago,  Harvard,  MLA

Education and Social Work

APA 

Engineering

APA,  Harvard,  Chicago,  IEEE

Law

NZLSG
See also New Zealand Law Style Guide

Medical and Health Sciences

Vancouver,  APA

Science

See Referencing styles recommended by Science Departments

See also Scientific style and format : the CBE manual for authors, editors, and publishers.

Theology

Chicago

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