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Reporting guidelines at Haaga-Helia
The reporting guidelines on MyNet provide instructions on writing reports and theses, using sources and managing references, as well as the layout of theses at Haaga-Helia. When your thesis is finished, check the instructions on submitting and publishing a thesis.
The reporting guidelines specify Haaga-Helia's own citation style. However, you can also use the Harvard style available on RefWorks, if you mention it in the introduction of the report.
• A comprehensive set of examples on different types of sources and references
• Information and tests on referencing and plagiarism
Guidebooks on academic writing
Search for books on academic writing in HH Finna >>.
Books on research methods
Sage Research Methods
Books, reference works, journal articles, cases and videos on the field of scientific research methods. Datasets and part of other materials are not available. On Haaga-Helia's network.
Search HH Finna for books on research methods. Use keywords such as:
- research methods
- statistical methods
- quantitative research
- quantitative methods
- qualitative research
- qualitative methods
Tool for easy referencing and bibliography: RefWorks
Use RefWorks, a tool which helps you to
- collect sources
- make references and bibliography in an easy way
For more information, see our RefWorks guide.
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