Web tutorial on using & referencing sources in academic papers


In 2015, RefCite was substantially revised by J.H.M. (Anja) Habraken.

Tilburg University Library ❘ Academic Services

E: j.h.m.habraken@tilburguniversity.edu

The original RefCite module (2011) was a co-production of Library and IT Services (LIS) and the Language Center.

Final editing: Anja Habraken and Henri Vermijs.

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