Richard Pears is an Academic Liaison Librarian at Durham University Library, UK. He has worked in academic and public libraries for over fifteen years, delivering research skills training to students in all academic stages. Graham Shields was Learning Advisor at the University of Cumbria Library and Student Services, UK. He worked in academic libraries for over thirty years.
[A] comprehensive manual on all aspects of using information from another source, from the start of the process through to the finish. ...The book is extremely influential and for many students, academics and librarians it has become the 'official' guide to referencing. - White, Journal of Information Literacy I think it is the best on the market. I use it a lot and recommend it to students. - Professor Helen E Higson, Head of Learning and Teaching, Aston Business School, Pro-Vice Chancellor International Relations, Aston University, UK This has now become a standard university wide text. - Middlesex University (sole/essential reading) As a university lecturer, I provide guidance to students. As such, I must be absolutely correct. This reference book has ensured that I can give the assistance required and of course...be correct. - David Pellett, University of Teeside, UK A great resource that provides clear guidance for students on how to successfully cite their references. This book is an essential resource and highly recommended. - Burton and South Derbyshire College (sole/essential reading) This is an absolutely excellent textbook that is simple, practical and easy to use. I recommend it not only to all my students, but to colleagues too!. - York St. John University If you're looking at going to college or university, this book is fantastic and a must have. Well laid out with great explanation. Maxine Knightlatter, East Sussex, UK The university I attend follows the Cite Them Right way of referencing. The book is really easy to follow with a clear layout, easy to find sections and simple steps for both in text citations and full references. For those like me, who struggle with online reading and prefer the book, it is worth purchasing. Saved a lot of hassle and hours of worrying about the new way to reference when I started Uni. - Amazon customer Cite Them Right may be most useful book ever written. Referencing finally made simple - Twitter user Send your children off to uni with one of these, it is just as essential as their toothbrushes. - Amazon reviewer