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An in-text reference is a brief reference (usually author, date and page number) which is inserted into the text of a document and cites sources that are being acknowledged by the academic work. More information on in-text references is in the DUT Harvard Referencing Guide which can be purchased from the library circulation desk. The Guide is also available on the library website under Guides and tutorials. If you need assistance, your subject librarian can assist you with referencing.