Help Guide to In-Text Referencing

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referencelist.me is the free and powerful reference list generator.


referencelist.me supports:

  • Harvard
  • Australian Harvard
  • APA

referencelist.me automatically creates and alphabetically sorts your reference list as you add new references and enter their details. You can create as many references as you like, and then copy and paste the reference list into a text document.


The Harvard referencing style was developed by Harvard University. There is no definitive style guide of the Harvard referencing system. referencelist.me follows Harvard style reference lists and bibliographies produced by the University of Leeds, and the sixth edition of the Style manual published by John Wiley and Sons Australia, Ltd.


The sixth edition of the Style manual is not available for free outside of libraries; however, many Australian universities have a guide to Harvard referencing available on their website that is based on the sixth edition of the Style manual.


The APA referencing style was developed by the American Psychological Association. referencelist.me follows the sixth edition of the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association produced by the American Psychological Association.


The sixth edition of the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association is not available for free outside of libraries; however, many universities have a guide to APA referencing available on their website that is based on the sixth edition of the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association.


referencelist.me was made in Australia by Joseph Kneebone, Jim Deadman, Lucy Pittman, Michael Kneebone, and Mitchell Brunker. To contact us, please send an email to joseph@referencelist.me.