Harvard citation generator: Get automated help with your references
Do you know what plagiarism is? Well, it is using the ideas of other people, without citing or acknowledging their roles in the production of such kind of work. Providing an accurate citation is one of the most effective ways of avoiding plagiarism. Using the Harvard citation generator is one of the most effective ways and methods of avoiding plagiarism. This is an automated system that allows you to generate citations for your paper. Note that, the Harvard reference style is not difficult to master.
It is one of the simplest styles of references that you can use to write your paper. Nonetheless, to save time, you can always rely on an auto citation Harvard reference system. The results of using such kind of a system are instant, and all that is required is for you to provide the name of your resources or materials that you want to use for the purpose of referencing your paper using Harvard citation style. On this basis, our Harvard online citation generation system will help you with your citations. The Harvard citation machine that we use is reliable and accurate. At no given time will these machines produce citations that are not correct. Furthermore, our citation generators are constantly updated for purposes of ensuring that they produce Harvard reference and citations that are up to date.
Note that, there are a number of other styles of referencing that can be used to reference your paper. Another style is APA. Most universities that are using the American system of education prefer to use the APA for purposes of referencing their papers. Other popular styles are MLA, Oxford, and Chicago. Nonetheless, if you are stuck with your paper, and are unable to format it using the mentioned styles, you can ask for professional assistance from us. We are available 24/7, and ready to help you.
Moreover, the following are the steps you should not ignore when writing your paper. If you follow these steps, you will definitely avoid the submission of plagiarized work. The following are the steps:
- Understanding of questions: You must first understand the question that is being asked, and come up with an approach that you want to use in answering it. This process also involves formulating a unique and original thesis.
- Data collection: Begin the process of collecting data. Ensure that the materials you use are relevant and will help you prove your thesis.
- Analysis: Analyze the data collected. This will include picking up the relevant information that will help to prove your thesis. This is an important step, because any information that you use from the sources must be referenced. When using Harvard reference style, ensure that all the materials and sources used for your paper are properly referenced at the end of your paper.
When you follow these strategies, chances of you coming up with a unique and non-plagiarized paper are high. This is because you will be writing your paper from scratch, and any borrowed work will be well cited. You can always seek professional assistance when you are not able to write your papers from scratch.
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I was inspired to write this post after having to put yet another student’s bibliography into alphabetical order. I know the quick and easy way to do this – but I don’t think a lot of people know that you can do this!
So, you’ve got your bibliography, and you’ve been very good and followed the rules for setting it out (I’ve used Harvard method here) but it’s not in alphabetical order by author surname, and, except in certain cases,* it really should be.
*A very few referencing systems ask for the bibliography to be in the order in which the references appear in the text. I’ve hardly ever had to deal with them. But I like completeness!
So, a lovely list of books but not in order by the authors’ surnames. How can we resolve this without swapping all the lines around?
First, highlight all the text you want to alphabetise. Then, make sure you’ve got the Home tab at the front. See that little button you’ve never even seen before, next to the paragraph mark?
Press the A-Z button and up pops a dialogue box.
There are all sorts of ways in which you can order the text, which are very similar to the ways you can order text and numbers in Excel. You can even specify whether what you’re sorting has a header row (I’m not sure why you’d want to do that, as you can just exclude the header row when you’re doing the highlighting, but I suppose it would be useful if you realise you’ve accidentally highlighted the headers too). I’ve sorted by Paragraph, Text, and in Ascending Order here, and to be honest, that’s what I always do. Click on OK, and look what you get:
Here’s our bibliography in order by author surname with just a highlight of the text and a few clicks – much quicker and with far less risk of human error than doing it manually.
Note: if your results come out a bit odd and have split your entries up into two halves, reverse your alphabetising by either hitting Control-Z or the Undo button, and check there aren’t any pesky hard returns hiding out in the middle of paragraphs (the best way to do this is to click the Paragraph button, to the right of the A-Z button and look out for bent arrows signifying carriage returns). Get rid of those and alphabetise again to your heart’s content!
This is part of my series on how to avoid time-consuming “short cuts” and use Word in the right way to maximise your time and improve the look of your documents.
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Please note, these hints work with versions of Microsoft Word currently in use – Word 2003, Word 2007 and Word 2010, all for PC. Mac compatible versions of Word should have similar options. Always save a copy of your document before manipulating it. I bear no responsibility for any pickles you might get yourself into!
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