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Getting help with referencing


Getting help with referencing

Have questions about referencing? Check out the links below for self-guided resources and personal support options.

Self-guided resources

The resources below can help you learn more about why referencing is important, how to reference properly, and using reference management tools to track your sources.

  • Referencing on Learning Lab

    Learning Lab is the home of self-guided study support at RMIT. Browse our resources on referencing, or use the keyword index to search for specific topics.

  • Easy Cite

    Easy Cite explains the rules of common referencing styles at RMIT, along with referencing tips and examples.

  • Reference management tools

    Learn how tools such as EndNote, Mendeley, and Zotero can help you keep track of your sources while completing your assignments.

  • Referencing content generated by artificial intelligence (AI) tools

    If you’ve been told you can use an AI tool like ChatGPT in your assessment, this guide explains how to reference it, with examples from different referencing styles used at RMIT.

Personal support for RMIT students

Want to talk to someone about referencing? These additional resources are available for RMIT students.

  • Ask the Library

    Chat with library staff online and get answers to your referencing and research questions.

  • One-on-one consultations

    Arrange a consultation for expert help with referencing and assignment writing, as well as effective study strategies to support maths, statistics, chemistry and physics.

  • Studiosity

    Get free, 24/7 help with your assignments and coursework.