Referencing is a practice of acknowledging other peoples works, ideas, sources used in a paper, assignment, report and conference papers in academic writing.
A referencing style refers to the way in which bibliographic details are set out in a document and in a bibliography. There is no universal style and each discipline has its own preference.
You can also access the software library via the ICS website.
From the UKZN home page choose SUPPORT SERVICES from the top toolbar; scroll down and find Information and Communication Services Division (ICS). On their home page scroll down and bottom right is a link to the software repository.
Explains how to install the software from the University software repository and the basic functionality of setting up a library and using Endnote with Word
Official recording of an endnote class. 1 hours 25 minutes long
Endnote 20 basics - recording of August 2021 training session
Turnitin is an internet based tool used to check and detect plagiarism in an essay or any kind of academic related document. Its a licensed based software which universities and school obtain through subscription.
You register as a student at www.turnitin.com. However you will need to have a class ID and password from your supervisor to enter when you are registering.
Need help with Turnitin? Consult the Learn@ukzn.ac.za page or go to http://guides.turnitin.com.