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Harvard Referencing Guide: Introduction to the Guide

Guide to Harvard Referencing

Harvard Referencing Guide - Introduction

Introduction

This is a guide to the Harvard method of referencing

Harvard is the most popular method of referencing and it is the method that the majority (but not all) of the students at Wigan & Leigh College are expected to use.

This guide provides a general description of the Harvard method, and it also provides numerous examples of the way in which referencing can be achieved for the most common types of information sources.

Before you make practical use of this guide, please make sure that you have read our General Referencing Guide which provides essential general information regarding the key principles of referencing.

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