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Harvard (Aus) referencing

This guide shows the Harvard style of referencing with examples from many types of today's information sources.

Websites

How to reference websites

In-text

According to Krotoski (2014) ...

OR

... as it had been identified (Krotoski 2014).

Reference List

Author, A Year, Title of webpage - italicised, name of the sponsor of the page (if applicable), viewed day month year, <URL>.

Example:

Krotoski, A 2014, What the internet is doing part 3 of 3: our communities, viewed 14 November 2014, <http://untanglingtheweb.tumblr.com/post/81473829570/what-the-internet-is-doing-part-3-of-3-our-communities>.

In-text

According to Queensland Rail (n.d.) ...

OR

... as it had been identified (Queensland Rail, n.d.).

Reference List

Author, A n.d., Title of webpage - italicisedname of the sponsor of the page (if applicable), viewed month day year, <URL>.

Example:

Queensland Rail n.d., About us, Queensland Rail, viewed 14 November 2014, <http://www.queenslandrail.com.au/AboutUs>.

In-text

When there is no author, place the title in the author position in the in-text citation.

 

According to Polls bring more good news for Labor (2013) ...

OR

... as it had been identified (Polls bring more good news for Labor 2013).

Reference List

When there is no author, place the title in the author position in the reference.

Title of webpage - italicised Year, name of the sponsor of the page (if applicable), viewed day month year, <URL>.

Example:

Polls bring more good news for Labor 2013, viewed 14 November 2014, <http://news.ninemsn.com.au>.

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