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References – Harvard citation style

Revised answers on Harvard style and citation in general.

How do I find information about Harvard citation style?

How do I cite references to electronic resources?

How do I choose a citation style?

The available resources seem to be either too brief to address all the basic queries, or too long for a first guide to referencing. The fact that different sources describe variations on the Harvard style makes it hard to keep things simple.

Draft guide on Harvard referencing and EndNote


[15 Jan 2010]

For latest update see 26 Jul 2012 post:


  1. Mark
    7 January 2010 at 2:53 pm

    To extract references from a Word file into an EndNote database, you can use “Export Travelling Library” from the EndNote menu in Word.

    Useful if you want to create an EndNote database with just the references in a specific document.

    Mark (at Precinct Library)

  2. markgreenwood
    14 January 2010 at 3:14 pm

    JRUL Research and Information Skills – EndNote training material


  3. Kaihan
    26 July 2012 at 2:01 am

    Hi there,
    How do I get a real “Harvard Manchester” style that I can use in Endnote? (not the one already existing in Endnote.)
    Thank you very much.

  1. 19 January 2010 at 4:19 pm

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