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Harvard Style Guide: Websites

This guide explains how to use the Harvard Style. It includes a short tutorial.

Website

Reference: Website author (Year published/Last updated) Title of internet site. Available at: URL (Accessed Day Month Year).

Example: International tourism partnership (2004). International tourism partnership. Available at: http://www.internationaltourismpartnership.org/ (Accessed 8 February 2009).

In-Text-Citation: (Website author, Year)

Example: Information available from their website (International Tourism Partnership, 2004) ….

Note: No Author? If the website author is not available, simply use the website name, e.g. (Website name, Year).

 

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Page on a website

Reference: Webpage Author(s) Last name, Initials. (Year) Page title.  Available at: URL (Accessed Day Month Year).

Example: Kelly, M. (2004) Environmental attitudes and behaviours: Ireland in comparative European perspective. Available at: http://www.ucd.ie/environ/home.htm (Accessed 8 February 2009).

In-Text-Citation:

  • Author(s) Last name (Year)
  • (Author(s) Last name, Year)

Example:

  • Kelly (2004) responded….
  • In the response (Kelly, 2004)….

 

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