Cite them right is a comprehensive guide to referencing almost anything you will come across in the course of your studies or research. Cite them right helps to reference a huge range of sources: books, journal articles, websites, legal documents… even graffiti and tweets!
Developed from the bestselling book Cite them right by Richard Pears and Graham Shields, which is used as the referencing standard at many academic institutions, Cite them right is renowned for its comprehensive coverage. There are editable examples, information on other standard referencing styles and guidance on why referencing is important.
You can find out about the principles behind referencing and how to acknowledge the information sources used by launching the tutorial (made-up of 11 short, self-contained topics, which they can explore and revisit at any time).
GMIT Staff can also Integrate the Referencing Tutorial with your VLE via LTI. (This requires administrator access to your VLE) please contact the library for more information.