Further Guidance

The following departments/programmes provide their own guidance on referencing:

Please refer to departmental guidane

Department/programmeFurther guidance
Country House Footnote style provided by the department
Diabetes You can use either Author-Date (Harvard) or Vancouver styles.
Economics Please refer to departmental guidance
Engineering You can use Author-Date (Harvard), Vancouver or the specialist Aerospace Applicable Document/Reference Document method (which is a modification of the Vancouver style widely used in the aerospace industry). Footnote referencing should not be used. Full descriptions and advice is provided in the School technical writing handbook available on the Engineering Students Blackboard site.
Health Sciences For Diabetes, see above.   MRes in Applied Health Research, MSc Quality and Safety in Healthcare, MSc Medical Statistics - you can use either Author-Date (Harvard) or Vancouver styles.
Informatics You can use Author-Date. Other styles typical of Computer Science publishers e.g. Lecture Notes in Computer Science are also acceptable.
Medicine - Intercalating and Special Study Component students only

Please ask your supervisor which style you should use.

Museum Studies

For Museum Studies, Heritage and Interpretation, and Socially Engaged Practice courses: you can use either Author-Date or Footnote referencing styles.  Please also read the guidance on how to format a bibliography.

For Art Museum and Gallery Studies: you should use the Footnote referencing style

Operating Department Practice Education Please refer to guidance provided by your department
Physics & Astronomy Use Harvard or a variant of Vancouver style as appropriate and/or as recommended by your lab or project supervisor
Psychology Please see guidance on APA style in Blackboard provided by your department. You may also find the APA website helpful.
Vaughan Centre for Lifelong Learning - Creative Writing Oxford style provided by your department
Vaughan Centre for Lifelong Learning - Humanities & Arts MHRA style provided by your department

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