Cite Them Right - About

Cite Them Right is an online platform designed to advise students on how to reference correctly across eight referencing styles. Based on the best-selling book in its 12th edition, by Richard Pears and Graham Shields, this programme is trusted by institutions globally, and accessed by thousands of students daily.

What makes Cite Them Right unique is the range of referencing styles which can be accessed, including Chicago, Harvard, APA, IEEE, MLA; as well as teaching the user how to reference just about any source. This platform contains useful articles and videos which help to guide students into common queries around referencing, including how to avoid plagiarism and understanding the differences between secondary and primary sources. For guidance of how to find these pages, please refer to our help page.

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What you will get out of your subscription:

· Step by step guidance offered for Harvard, APA, MLA, MHRA, Chicago, Oscola, Vancouver and IEEE referencing styles

· Examples and options to try citation yourself

· Easy to use and accessible to all

· Range of relatable article content, and step-by-step videos to help you get the most from your subscription

· Extensive range of source types including: books, journals, media and art, digital and internet, research materials, legal material, social media, and blogs

· Monthly newsletter based around a specific relatable theme, such as referencing and plagiarism

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Why choose Cite Them Right?

About the Cite Them Right textbook

The Cite Them Right textbook can be used alongside the online platform.

Key features:

· Cite any information source, from ancient texts to Twitter

· Examples are given in Harvard, APA, Chicago, IEEE, MHRA, MLA, OSCOLA, and Vancouver referencing styles

· Simplified advice on referencing online publications

· Diverse range of sources covered, including translated and non-English publications, graffiti, packaging, wills, medical images, statues, PowerPoint presentations and more guidance on plagiarism and how to avoid it.