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92350 Becoming a midwife: Referencing

In this guide:

Harvard UTS style

All students in the Faculty of Health are expected to use the Harvard UTS Referencing Style.

Here are common examples of what you'll be referencing for Assessment Task 1:

  • Book: Author Year, Title, Publisher, Place of publication.
  • Book chapter: Author Year, 'Chapter title', in Editor (ed), Book title, Publisher, Place of publication, pp. #-#.
  • Edited Book: Editor (ed) Year, Title, Publisher, Place of publication
  • Journal article: Author Year 'Article title', Journal Title, vol. #, no. #, pp. #-#.
  • Web page:  Author Year Web page title, Publisher, Place of publication (optional), viewed dd Month yyyy, <URL>.
  • Online report: Author Year Report title, report number (optional), Publisher, Place of publication (optional), viewed dd Month yyyy, <URL>.

The Library has created extensive guides and tutorials with more examples:

HELPS (Higher Education Language and Presentation Support) have also created guides: See their Referencing and plagiarism pages.

Referencing Software

  • UTS students can use referencing software to help with collecting, organising and formatting your citations.

    See our Referencing web pages for suggestions and tutorials. 

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