There are several tools available that can assist you with your referencing. Although you’ll need to determine where to put your in-text citations, these tools can help with formatting your references.
A good example of this can be found when searching in the Library collection or on a search engine like Google Scholar. With your search results there is often a "Cite" button you can click on to auto-generate a citation. But always check the details and format of the citation because the machine-generated data can be wrong or missing pieces.
Check the reference against the style you’re using – there may be variations within tools, and you may need to make some minor manual edits to your document. Although Deakin doesn’t formally support all these tools, they are simple to use.
Explore this list of citation and referencing tools that you're likely to come across during your time studying.