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Harvard Referencing Guide: Cite Them Right Style

Cite Them Right Style

'Cite Them Right' Style

Cite Them Right Style

Cite them right : the essential referencing guide

'Cite Them Right' Style

 

Contrary to popular belief, there is no single and absolute standard for the way in which references should be punctuated with the Harvard method.

For this reason, you will probably come across various 'styles' of Harvard when you access properly referenced information sources. A number of UK universities had adopted their own 'in-house' styles. 

The important thing to remember is that your tutors will generally expect you to use a specific style. It is your responsibility to ensure that the required style is carefully applied to your work and that all of your references are consistent in style.

The Harvard style that our college have adopted is generally consistent with the 10th Edition of the popular 'Cite Them Right' text book style. 

You may wish to refer to this guide for further help with your referencing. There are a number of copies of the printed guide in our libraries.  An online copy of the guide is also accessible via the Library catalogue.

Harvard Referencing Guide: A - Z