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Cite them right

Cite them right (CTR) Harvard is the new style of Referencing that Anglia Ruskin University is phasing in for students to use. If you are a student using the ARU Harvard style of referencing, please use our ARU Harvard full guide.

CTR aims to teach students how to create accurate references and how to avoid plagiarism. The complete guidance is available on the CTR website directly, but this page helps you to navigate the basics of the website and lets you know where to ask for help.

If you want to find out a bit more about how to navigate through Cite them right, with an introduction to the basic elements of this style of referencing, we have prepared a video, a quick guide, and some online information that may help.

How to login

It's best to login to get the full features of the CTR website. Use this link, or click the blue "Login" button in the top right hand corner to login:

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Select Anglia Ruskin University from the options given. You may be taken to a separate page where you need to login with your long username, e.g., and your University password.

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You can now use the full extent of ARU's subscription to CTR.

How to find resources to reference

The navigation near the top of the page allows you to browse by what sort of resource you're looking to reference.

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From books, to journals, to your Tutor's handouts, CTR has many examples of resources and references that can aid you in creating and maintaining your references.

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If you're looking for something specific, you can use the search function to do so.

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If you have any basic questions about how to reference using CTR, please contact the library.

Page Last Reviewed: 27th June 2022 by Andrew Boulden.