In the reference list, they are then numbered in the order in which they are mentioned in the text.
I, like State University, constantly work to explore the limits of nature by exceeding expectations.
There are two steps to acknowledging your sources: citing your references in the text, and listing them at the end of your work.
Citing your references in the text means indicating in your work where you have used ideas that are not your own.
And that, truly, is the greatest success I can imagine.
This emphasis on diversity can also be found in the variety of specialized departments found at State University.
Instead, it is the seamless interaction between facilities that allows each department, from engineering to programming, to create a real learning environment that profoundly mimics the real world.
Thus, State University is not just the perfect place for me, it is the only place for me.
The styles you are most likely to come across are Harvard and 'numbered'.
The examples here follow the Open University House Guide Style which uses a version of the Harvard system of citing references, which you might come across in your course materials.