The citing and referencing library guide has information and examples for using Vancouver style.
Find out more about Vancouver style with this short video tutorial. Takes approximately 5 minutes to complete.
Test your understanding of Vancouver referencing with this Vancouver quiz (DEV2011)
EndNote bibliographic software and Vancouver style:
Download EndNote style files to format the references according the Department's preferred versions.
See the instructions on how to download and use additional and customised styles.
The citing and referencing library guide has information and examples for using APA style.
See the Library's Easy Guide to APA style to get yourself started. The tutorial will take approximately 10 minutes to complete.
The American Psychological Association also provides its own tutorial on The Basics of APA Style.
In academic writing you are required to acknowledge the sources from which you draw your information.
To ensure you have the requisite understanding see the academic integrity online modules.
For more on plagiarism see the language and learning online site.
Test your knowledge with this short plagiarism quiz.
A DOI (digital object identifier) is a unique alphanumeric code for persistent identification of an electronic item on the Internet.
A DOI name may look something like this DOI: 10.1080/10911359.2011.535733
If you have a DOI and want to see the matching citation (or the full-text if you have access), use a DOI resolver http://dx.doi.org/, or try pasting the DOI into a Google search.