QUT cite|write is your guide to citing, referencing and writing academically at QUT. The resource consists of two important parts:
QUT cite (the booklet) is your introductory guide to citing and referencing. The booklet contains general information and tips about referencing and citing information. QUT cite (online) provides specific citing & referencing examples which you can read online and print. The 4 styles are:
QUT cite|write templates
Use the templates to record all the important details for the books, journal articles and internet sources that you find for your assignments. Once you have all the details, you can change the information to suit the referencing style you need to use for your reference lists.
Important! Did you know...
While there are many examples on the internet of referencing and citing, they may vary significantly from QUT's guidelines and your lecturer's expectations. If your lecturer or study guide specifies that you must use APA, Harvard, Numbered or a legal style, it is wise to follow the QUT examples. However, if your lecturer requests that you use a specific variation of any style,
make sure you understand and can apply the differences. If you are unsure, ask your lecturer or tutor for examples.