DMU's interactive guide to referencing is Cite them right online. It provides guidance on how to cite over 150 source types in a variety of referencing styles including Harvard, APA, IEEE, MHRA,Vancouver, OSCOLA and more.
If you are new to referencing, or could benefit from a refresher, work through the Cite them right eLearning tutorial. This interactive tutorial (each section take around 5 minutes to complete) will help you learn how to reference correctly and avoid plagiarism. The tutorial can be done whatever referencing style you are using.
Referencing is considered good academic practice. It is essential for acknowledging the sources you have used in your work, and for avoiding a charge of plagiarism. Plagiarism is an academic offence, and is defined by the University Student Regulations as 'the significant use by a student of other people's work and the submission of it as though it were is or her own'. You can avoid plagiarism with correct referencing.
DMU Good Academic Practice map: a visual interactive map providing information and links to resources to help you do your work in a way that meets the highest standards.