Do you know how to reference the resources you use in a research project?
When you do any kind of research you will be getting information from a lot of different places. As well as Internet sites you may use, books, magazines, videos, interviews, newspapers etc. It is very important to record the places that you get your information in a bibliography or reference list. In fact you should start making your reference list at the start of your project and record every source of information you use.
Even if you only get a couple of ideas and don’t quote anything you still need to acknowledge the source of information.
There are a number of different styles of referencing. Most schools have a particular one that they use as their standard. Do you know the one that is used at your school? (If you don't, try and find out from your teacher or the teacher librarian in your library).
Try some of these reference guides and generators and pick the one that matches your school standard.
Online Reference Generator
Creates a bibliography for you in MLA, APA, Chicago or Turabian formats.
Provides citations for APA, Harvard (both the Australian (AGPS) and UK versions) and MLA. Writecite can also be customised for schools and works on iPads and Android devices.
Generates bibliography, in-text citations and a title page in APA 6th edition, MLA and Chicago.
Generates bibliographic citations for MLA, APA, and Chicago.
Creates citations for APA: MLA; Chicago and Turabian formats.
Generates citations for books, chapters or essays from books, magazine, newspaper and journal articles and web sites.
Another online bibliography generator
Generates formatted references and sources in the correct Harvard Referencing format.
Cite this for me
Another Harvard Referencing Generator
Shows you how to do citations and much more....