RMIT Harvard referencing style - important notice

The RMIT Harvard referencing style has recently changed. The RMIT Harvard printable guide has been updated, however EasyCite still reflects the previous version. EasyCite will be updated soon. Please use the RMIT Harvard printable guide till this update is complete.

Easy Cite

Describes how to quote and paraphrase the words of other authors, and write citations in RMIT Harvard (new version is now available), APA, AGLC4, Vancouver, IEEE, and Chicago referencing styles.

 

Using Easy Cite

Easy Cite and Mac with Chrome browser

There is a display issue with Easy Cite on a Mac with the Chrome browser. Whilst we look to resolve this problem, please either use Safari browser, or reduce the width of the browser window in Chrome until it displays correctly.

Easy Cite was developed using the relevant style manuals. Some styles are open to interpretation. Easy Cite is intended as a guide only.

The Library includes as many examples of reference types as possible. If the style does not include your specific reference example, consider applying the format from existing examples within Easy Cite to your reference or checking the relevant style manual.

If you are looking for guides to other referencing styles, or if you'd prefer to work with a printed guide, we have printable referencing guides.

Accessibility

The Easy Cite referencing tool is inaccessible to keyboard users and some assistive technologies. You can navigate it on touch screen devices. Check the printable referencing guides for more accessible alternatives.

 

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