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How to Cite Religious Texts in Academic Writing
How to Cite Religious Texts in Academic Writing

There are many religious texts in the world: the Bible, the Quran, the Dhammapada, etc. We’ll leave aside the question of which are correct (no spoilers). Instead, we’re focusing on the less contr...

How to Cite a YouTube Video in Harvard Referencing
How to Cite a YouTube Video in Harvard Referencing

YouTube isn’t just for makeup tutorials and travel vlogs. Sometimes, you may come across something you want to cite in an essay. In this post, then, we’re looking at how to cite a YouTube video ...

How to Cite a Website in Harvard Referencing
How to Cite a Website in Harvard Referencing

With so much information now available online, you may need to cite a website in a piece of academic writing at some point. But since most referencing systems focus on books and journals, knowing how ...

How to Cite an Edited Book in Harvard Referencing
How to Cite an Edited Book in Harvard Referencing

It’s said that nothing in life is certain beyond death and taxes. But if you’re a student or academic, we can add referencing to that list, as there’s no way you can write a decent essay without...

How to Cite an Ebook in Harvard Referencing
How to Cite an Ebook in Harvard Referencing

Currently, most people picture a papery cuboid when they hear “book.” But the rise of the ebook means this might change before long. Ebooks are popular with students, for instance, as they’re ea...

Harvard Referencing - 4 Facts You Should Know
Harvard Referencing: 4 Facts You Should Know

Harvard referencing is a citation style used in higher education around the world, providing a quick way of referencing sources in academic writing. Its widespread use means that knowing how this syst...

Harvard Referencing - Citing a Journal Article
Harvard Referencing – Citing a Journal Article

The “Harvard” referencing system – actually a generic term for author-date referencing – is used around the world for citing sources in written work. As such, every college student should know...

How to Reference a Print Book – Harvard Style

We live in a high-speed digital world, but most colleges still have big buildings full of papery things called “books.” These “books” are full of useful information – like an offline version...