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Academic honesty / Referencing: Citemaker

Acknowledge the knowledge


As part of your studies you will be doing lots of research for assignments. When you use someone else’s words and ideas in your own work, you need to acknowledge it by listing it in a bibliography. A bibliography is simply an alphabetical list of the sources that you used in your assignment, appearing as a separate page at the end of your work.

You need to include all the information sources that you use, including:

  • Websites
  • Videos including YouTube clips and television programs
  • Images, both from online and print sources
  • Books, both fiction and non-fiction
  • Magazine, journal and newspaper articles
  • Interviews that you might have with experts in your subject area 

At Monte we use to help create and manage our bibliographies. Sign in with your Monte username and password. For help, contact the Monte Library in person or by email at

APA bibliography example

Logging in to Citemaker for the first time


Referencing tools

Learn about referencing

Monte library staff can support you in developing your referencing skills. Referencing skill lessons are given frequently throughout the year or drop by the library for assistance.

Citemaker: Cite a website 


Citemaker: Cite a book