Table of Contents

  1. Introduction
    1. Why do I have to reference?
    2. How is this referencing guide organised?
    3. Basic points of the Harvard style
    4. How to find the information to write a reference
    5. EndNote
  2. Part 1: Citing within the text of written work
    1. Citing more than one source in the same sentence
    2. Citing secondary sources
  3. Part 2: The reference list
    1. Books
    2. Electronic books
    3. Chapters in books
    4. Journal articles
    5. Electronic journal articles
    6. Webpages and web documents
    7. Online data and statistics
    8. Images (tables, photographs, illustrations etc.)
    9. Secondary references
    10. Reports and organisational policies
    11. Theses, dissertations or unpublished research
    12. Newspaper articles
    13. Conferences
    14. Government and parliamentary publications (official publications)
    15. Laws and other legal documents
    16. Patents
    17. Standards
    18. Maps
    19. Online maps
    20. Online video
    21. Films
    22. Episodes of a television programme
    23. Episodes of a radio programme
    24. Podcasts or other online audio files
    25. Tweets
    26. Blog posts
    27. Wikis
    28. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews
    29. Computer games
    30. Mobile apps
    31. Lectures, presentations, study guides or handouts
    32. Personal communications
    33. Non-English and translated sources
    34. Book series
    35. Historical works
    36. Sacred texts
    37. Unpublished archive materials
  4. Manually editing EndNote citations or references
  5. Reference List and Bibliography