UTS Library runs classes on referencing styles and software throughout the year.
A variety of classes are being developed to support learning.futures across the University.
UTS Library runs many tailored workshops for students. These are organised in consultation with subject coordinators and are usually delivered during scheduled tutorial times.
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The Harvard (UTS) Referencing Style is based on the Australian Government's Style Guide for Authors, Editors and Publishers (6th edition, 2002). It is used in all of the Faculties except Law.
Guides to using the Harvard UTS reference style, with examples.