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What is Cite Them Right Harvard Referencing?
Cite Them Right is a version of Harvard referencing, created by Richard Pears and Graham Shields, and published by Macmillan Study Skills. There are many subtly different ways to do Harvard referencing, and the Cite Them Right way is one of the most commonly-used. For other ways to do Harvard referencing, including ways that are specific to different universities, see our list of Harvard referencing versions.
How is the Cite Them Right style different to other Harvard styles?
The main differentiator of the Cite Them Right style is the use of parenthesis (also known as round brackets) — they are used to surround both the publish date, and the access date. Aside from that, the style follows similar rules to most other Harvard styles.
How do I use MyBib’s Cite Them Right Harvard Referencing Generator?
Our generator can create perfect Cite Them Right Harvard references and in-text citations. Here’s how:
- Enter the URL, book title, or article title into the search bar at the top of the page and press the search button.
- Choose the most relevant result from the list of search results.
- Our generator will automatically locate the source details and format them in the Cite Them Right Harvard format. You can make further changes if required.
- Then either copy the formatted reference directly into your reference list by clicking the ‘copy’ button, or save it to your MyBib account for later.