Guidance on referencing styles used at Lancaster University and tools to help you manage your citations and create bibliographies.
These Lancaster Answers will show you how to reference regularly-used resources including books, ebooks, journal articles and more in each of the different referencing styles used at Lancaster.Referencing Guides
Endnote is an advanced bibliographic and citation management tool, recommended for postgraduate researchers and staff. EndNote is available on all Lancaster networked PCs and via Application Jukebox. Find out how to get started in our Endnote guides and FAQ.EndNote
RefME is a web and mobile tool to generate citations, reference lists and bibliographies. Available on Web, iOS and Android, you can manage your work across multiple devices. Find out how to get started.RefME
This tutorial from the Library's Teaching and Learning team will help you to recognise some of the forms of plagiarism identified by the Lancaster Plagiarism Framework.What is Plagiarism?
The University's plagiarism framework applies to all assessments submitted by students for examination by the University in all academic taught programmes (Undergraduate and Postgraduate). Familiarise yourself with the full framework here.Lancaster Plagiarism Framework