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How do I reference Atomi content in an assignment?

Can I use Atomi as a source in my assignments and how do I cite or reference Atomi?

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Written by Tom O'Donahoo
Updated over a week ago

When writing a school assignment or an academic paper, you should always cite (aka reference) your sources. This is often a requirement to get full marks. Beyond that, it also lets your teacher know where your information is coming from, gives credit where it's due and helps to prove that you're not making stuff up. πŸ˜‰
Atomi content can be a fantastic source of information for students, and you can cite Atomi as a source in your assignments or papers. However, you may notice that most Atomi content doesn't have a specific author or date. Given that, you would reference Atomi content slightly differently than a book or publication.

Your school will usually ask you to use a particular referencing style (which you should stick to), but we recommend the Harvard Referencing Style if they don't.

You would format a reference to Atomi as follows:

Atomi. (Year) Title of material. Available at: URL (Accessed: Day Month Year).

You would then:

  • Replace "Year" with the year of publication. If no publication date is available, use 'n.d.', which stands for 'no date'.

  • "Title of material" should be replaced with the name of the specific online resource you're using.

  • The URL is the direct link to the material.

  • Lastly, always include the date of access (the date when you viewed or accessed the content)

Putting that all together, you would reference a hypothetical Atomi lesson as follows:

Atomi. (n.d.). An Introduction to Pythagoras Theorem. Available at: (Accessed: 23 September 2023).

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