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French Studies: Citing & referencing

Library resources and tutorials for students of French

Academic integrity, citing & referencing at Monash - video

Citing and referencing

The citation styles required for your assignments may vary depending on the subject you are studying.

The Citing and Referencing library guide highlights common styles and provides loads of examples for you to follow.

Popular citation styles




(footnote, author-date)




(Author, page no)

The Academic Integrity online tutorial modules will teach you:

-The definition and ethical principles of academic integrity
-Practical and cognitive skills to ensure integrity in your academic work
-Types of plagiarism, how it occurs and how it can be avoided
-The definition of collusion and how it relates to academic integrity
-Consequences of academic misconduct and where to find help if needed.

Research and Learning Online is Monash University's online tutorial site designed to help students build the right skills and strategies for study, assignments, exams and research which are crucial to your success at university.


Available resources

  • EndNote bibliographic software for organising references (Licenced to Monash University)
  • Classes on how to use EndNote are run throughout the year. Check times and locations in the Library class booking system.