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RefWorks is a web-based bibliography and database manager that allows users to import citations from databases, produce bibliographies in a variety of citation styles (e.g. MLA, APA, Chicago, etc), format in-text references or footnotes, and create personal databases of citations.
3. How to cite ebooks:
Electronic version of a print book:
Published works should be cited using details of the published print version.
Authors name (Surname and first name or Surname and initial), Book title, (edition no if 2nd or later edition), place of publication (may not be included at lecturer’s preference), publisher, year of publication (these may be enclosed in parentheses). Details should the same for printed or e-book versions if used.
For details in how to cite a book, please refer to Faculty of Law Legal Citation Style Guide