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Introduction to Referencing (online)

Introduction to Referencing (online) Online


How to reference properly is something that causes students a lot of stress – but it doesn’t need to be difficult. This session will introduce you to referencing and why it is important when writing your assignments. You will also learn what to reference, how to construct your references, and where to go for help and support.


 Key areas covered

  • What referencing is
  • Why referencing is important
  • How to construct references in the departmental style
  • Where to find support from the Library on referencing

Essex students: book your place here!

We encourage students to book onto our workshops via CareerHub in order to keep a record of their learning

Don't have access to CareerHub? You can register below.

It's not a requirement to preregister for our online workshops. You can decide on the day to join a session by using the Zoom link here: https://essex-university.zoom.us/j/91749751819?from=addon

Need a room to join from?

If you are on Colchester Campus but don't have a convenient place to join this online session from, you can come to the Library Reading Room Training Room on the ground floor of the Albert Sloman Library on Square 5. If you have trouble finding it, please ask for directions at the Library Helpdesk.

Remember to bring your own webcam enabled device and headphones.

Related LibGuide: Skills at Library by Clarissa St Yves

Monday 28 November 2022
10:15 - 11:00
Time Zone:
UK, Ireland, Lisbon Time (change)
This is an online event. Event URL will be sent via registration email.
  Academic Staff     Postgraduate - Research     Postgraduate - Taught     Undergraduate  
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Event Organizer

Tom O'Toole-Mills

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