Guide to Using Endnotes

This study guide is a simple, easy to understand guide on how to use endnotes.

About the author

Richard Bailey FCIPR MPRCA is editor of PR Academy's PR Place Insights. He teaches and assesses undergraduate, postgraduate and professional students.

Endnotes are different from footnotes and are the recommended form of referencing for students completing CIPR professional qualification assignments.

Endnotes are essential to show the references that you have drawn on in your work. Failing to include endnotes could be deemed as plagiarism or passing work off as your own.

What this guide covers:

  • What are endnotes?
  • Why are they important?
  • What format should they take?
  • How do I create endnotes in Microsoft Word?

Download: Guide to Using Endnotes

You will learn:

  • The importance of referencing
  • When to use endnotes, for example to avoid plagiarism
  • How to reference different types of content such as online and internal documents.
Guide to Using Endnotes

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