When you are writing your report, you will need to reference the sources that you have used to ground your work. In text, references are most commonly cited using a superscript number (see the How to cite references in text box below for other options). References in text are numbered sequentially. Also, if a reference appears more than one, it does not receive a new number.
The reference list appears at the end of your document. It is ordered numerically. Different types of sources (e.g. books, journal articles, etc.) are cited differently. See the How to format a reference list box below for information on how to cite articles, books, and online sources.
For citing references within text, use a superscript number. If the citation applies to a whole sentence, the superscript should appear outside the punctuation:
For making authors names part of the sentence, include the superscript within the cited information: