Harvard Manchester style for EndNote
We had a query about the availability of the Harvard Manchester EndNote style.
[25 March 2013 - See also Harvard Referencing Style page from the Referencing Guide at the University of Manchester]
One of the problems of the Harvard citation style is that there are lots of variants. In 2010, we developed a Harvard Manchester EndNote style based on our referencing guide, Hynes, J. (2010) “Guide to citing references (Harvard System)”. – see Dec 16 2010 post Citing References in Harvard Style.
John Hynes updated the guide in October 2011, but a revised EndNote style is still in draft form. The changes are relatively minor so you have to be quite pedantic to spot the differences, and we are increasingly aware that that students are choosing alternative reference management software. (Having to buy EndNote for your personal laptop is a significant barrier.) see Dec 3 2011 post Referencing – new guide and software options.
If you are using EndNote, here are some resources that may be useful:
- Citation-Harvard-Test-Oct2011.docx – a test document (Word 2007) for the Manchester Harvard EndNote style
- CitationHarvard-TravelLib.enl – the EndNote library for the above test document,
- Harvard Manchester2012.ens – the latest Harvard Manchester EndNote style (still draft)
- Citation-Harvard-Endnote.doc – a document describing the main issues of using Harvard referencing style in EndNote
- Harvard Manchester2010.ens – the Harvard Manchester EndNote style (2010 version)
If you want to edit either of these EndNote styles to match your requirements there is the FAQ answer for How can I edit an EndNote style?
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