Other referencing style guides

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If your course requires a different referencing system (other than Harvard UniSA), here are some style guides for other common referencing systems.



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APA 7 referencing style guide

If your lecturer has not provided links to a preferred APA 7 style guide on your course site, you may find the following resources useful to help with formatting your in-text citations and reference list entries.

APA 7 Interactive (Courtesy: Massey University) - external link

APA 7 common reference examples (pdf) (APA.org)

APA 7 referencing quick guide (pdf) (APA.org)

APA 7 in-text citations (APA.org)

APA 7 Reference list (APA.org)

APA 7 style blog (APA.org) - for answers to tricky referencing questions

Publication manual of the American Psychological Association: the official guide to APA style (7th edn)  (UniSA library link to book)

Chicago referencing style guide

If your lecturer has not provided links to a preferred Chicago style guide on your course site, you may find the following resources useful to help with formatting your in-text citations and reference list entries.

Chicago referencing style guide (Pdf)

Harvard (UniSA) referencing resources

IEEE referencing style guide

If your lecturer has not provided links to a preferred IEEE style guide on your course site, you may find the following resource useful to help with formatting your in-text citations and reference list entries.

IEEE referencing style guide (Courtesy: Murdoch University) - external link


Legal Citation referencing style guide

If your lecturer has not provided links to a preferred Legal Citation style guide on your course site, you may find the following resources useful to help with formatting your in-text citations and reference list entries.

Australian Guide to Legal Citation (AGLC 4th edition)  (Pdf)


MLA referencing style guide

If your lecturer has not provided links to a preferred MLA style guide on your course site, you may find the following resource useful to help with formatting your in-text citations and reference list entries.

Modern Language Association (MLA) style guide (Courtesy: Monash University) - external link