Please use the electronic resources section of this website to find out about quality online resources available to you. Your local library may also have resources that might be relevant for your research.
Students are expected to cite and reference any sources that they use in their work whether the work is directly quoted, paraphrased or summarised. Failure to acknowledge someone else’s intellectual property in your work is regarded as plagiarism, which is penalised by tutors, markers and examiners.
There is lots of support to help you get to grips with the UHI referencing style.
For help with the fundamentals of correct referencing have a look at:
Full guidance on how to cite and reference all kinds of resources from Acts of Parliament to blogs can be found in the UHI student referencing guide :
History students use a different referencing style which is called Humanities and differs from Harvard Referencing as it employs footnotes and a bibliography. Guidance on how to cite and reference resources can be found using the links below.
Please note that these should only be used by students studying one of the UHI History programmes.