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Interactive Harvard UTS Referencing Guide

Interactive Harvard UTS Referencing Guide
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UTS: Library

01. Books

Interactive Harvard UTS Referencing Guide

02: Journals & Newspapers 03: Websites or Online

04. Other Sources 05. Lists & General

Click on the upper left menu to jump to the generic reference section you are after, and from there specify the article you would like to reference. Use the forward and back arrows in the top right corner to navigate through the PDF.

Welcome to the Interactive Harvard UTS Referencing Guide

This document is an interactive PDF and is designed to help you reference quickly and simply. This document can also be scrolled through like a regular PDF and can be printed off.

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01. Books

Interactive Harvard UTS Referencing Guide

02: Journals & Newspapers 03: Websites or Online

04. Other Sources 05. Lists & General

01 Books
Please Click On What You Would Like To Reference:

1.5 1.6 1.7

Book (No Date) Different Editions Translation From The Original

1.8 1.9 1.10 1.11 1.12

Edited Book With Only One Editor More Than One Editor Chapter Within An Edited Book Online Book

Book On An eReader

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01. Books

1.1

One Author

Interactive Harvard UTS Referencing Guide

02: Journals & Newspapers 03: Websites or Online

04. Other Sources 05. Lists & General

In-text Referencing In Use
(Lester 2005) or Lester (2005) was the first to propound the theory (Siirtola 2007, p. 16) (Carpenito-Moyet 2010, pp. 19–20)

Reference List Model
Lester, J.D. 2005, Writing research papers: a complete guide, 11th edn, Pearson/Longman, New York. Siirtola, H. 2007, Interactive visualization of multidimensional data, Tampere University Press, Tampere. Carpenito-Moyet, L.J. 2010, Handbook of nursing diagnosis, 13th edn, Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, Philadelphia, Pa.

Explanation

When you cite a reference in the text of your document, use the author’s surname and the year of publication. If you are quoting, enclose the quote in single quotation marks and add a page number into the text citation. Add a page number or numbers to the in-text citation. Use p. for one page and pp. if the quote starts on one page and ends on another.

The key elements for this book reference are: > Author’s family name followed by initials > Year > Book title (in italics) > Edition > Publisher > Place of publication

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See Section 5.3 Referencing Quotations See Section 5.4 Quote From A Work Citing Another Author

01. Books

1.2

More Than One Author

Interactive Harvard UTS Referencing Guide

02: Journals & Newspapers 03: Websites or Online

04. Other Sources 05. Lists & General

In-text Referencing In Use
(Oshima & Hogue 2006)

Reference List Model
Oshima, A. & Hogue, A. 2006, Writing academic English, 4th edn, Pearson Longman, White Plains, NY. Holly, C., Salmond, S.W. & Saimbert, M.K. 2012, Comprehensive systematic review for advanced nursing practice, Springer Publishing Company, New York. Alysen, B., Patching, R., Oakham, K.M. & Sedorkin, G. 2003, Reporting in a multimedia world, Allen & Unwin, Crows Nest, NSW.

(Holly, Salmond & Saimbert 2012)

(Alysen et al. 2003)

Explanation

Use the ampersand symbol (&) before the last author’s surname If there are 4 or more authors, list the first author and abbreviate the rest with et al. See Section 5.3 Referencing Quotations See Section 5.4 Quote From A Work Citing Another Author

List all authors’ family names followed by their initials. The rest of the reference should follow as in Section 1.1 One Author

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01. Books

1.3

No Author

Interactive Harvard UTS Referencing Guide

02: Journals & Newspapers 03: Websites or Online

04. Other Sources 05. Lists & General

In-text Referencing In Use
(Maximum Linux security: a hacker’s guide to protecting your Linux server and network 2001)

Reference List Model
Maximum Linux security: a hacker’s guide...
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