How to cite

Below are some guidelines and real-life examples for in-text citations and references in your papers in the APA, Chicago, Harvard, ISO 690 and Vancouver citation styles. In addition to providing an indicator of quality, by citing correctly you respect copyright and avoid plagiarism. 

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Citation style

Are you unsure which style to use? Consider the field of your faculty and the guidelines provided by your teachers. The most important thing is consistency: always use the same style in your citations, both in the text itself and in the bibliography.

The information to be included will depend on the type of document you are citing. Look at examples on how different types of content in physical and digital format should be cited in the most widely used citation styles: