Referencing and academic integrity

The Harvard system

Example of a final Harvard reference list

List all your sources in alphabetical order of author.

Reference List

ANDREWS, M., 2002. Using technology in your presentation. In: L.WHITE and E. DAVIDS, eds. Enhancing your presentation. London: Sage, pp.91-104

BELL, J., 2005. Doing your research project: a guide for first time researchers in education, health and social science. 4th ed. Maidenhead: Open UP

BRADLEY, P., 2008. Word of the day is 'exaflood'. In: Phil Bradley's weblog. 29 April 2008 [viewed 9 May 2008]. Available from: http://philbradley.typepad.com/phil_bradleys_weblog/

DEAKIN UNIVERSITY, 2006. The literature review [viewed 6 May 2008]. Available from: http://www.deakin.edu.au/library/findout/research/litrev.php

Macbeth, 1948 [film]. Directed by Orson WELLES. USA: Republic Pictures

MESSMER, M., 2003. Public speaking success strategies. The national public accountant, Nov 2003, 26

POOLE, N., 2007. Activating laboratories using Visual Basic for Applications. Engineering education, 2(2), 44-53

STEVENS, M., 1996. How to be better at … giving presentations. London: Kogan Page

WHITFIELD, N., 2008. The evolution of broadband. Personal computer world, June 2008, 30-7

WILLIAMSON, H., 2007. Disconnected youth?: Growing up in Britain's poor neighbourhoods. Journal of social policy, 36(2), 356-7

Bibliographies

If you wish to include all the sources used in your research (not just those you referred to directly in your assignment) you can include these as a bibliography. Follow the same rules as for the reference list in terms of layout.