From 1st September 2021 the institutional reference style for Harper Adams is Cite them right Harvard 11th edition, unless you have an exemption where you can use the previous Harper Adams Harvard style (eg. postgraduates with an extension for their MRP for 2021 and 2020/21 placement students). If you are unsure which Harvard style to use please contact your tutor.
Referencing shows the reader of your work where the information you have used comes from. This is important because it protects you from plagiarism, shows you have carried out thorough research and allows your reader to find the sources you have read.
Harper Adams University uses the Cite them right: Harvard referencing style.
Cite them right helps students 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.
How to use Cite them right:
How to cite and reference some common items:
RefWorks is software which allows you to create an online record for the resources you have used. You can then use those records to create references in the Cite them right Harvard style.
You can login to RefWorks via the institutional login using your Harper ID and password - but if you wish to use the Citation Manager function, you need to have a personal account.
To use RefWorks you will need to create an account.
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