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UQ Harvard referencing style

The Harvard style is a generic author-date style for citing and referencing information used.

Basic webpage/homepage

Elements of the citation

Author(s), editor(s) or compiler of  web site (person or organisation) Year site was created or revised, Title of webpage/homepage, Publisher/creator of webpage (if available), Place of source/publisher (if available) viewed date - Day Month Year, <URL>.

Note:

- for the URL, include the full location details if they are necessary to locate the specific document, otherwise include the URL of the main webpage from which the document can be located. 

- for a document within a web site, consider it in the same way as a published document or book.

In-text reference … the fall of Rome (Beard 2011)
Reference list  Beard, M 2011, The fall of the Roman Republic, BBC, viewed 14 December 2020, <http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/ancient/romans/fallofromanrepublic_article_01.shtml>.
EndNote reference type Web Page

Document within a web site

Elements of the citation

Author(s), editor(s) or complier of page - (person or organisation) - Family name, Initials Year page created or revised, Title of document - italicised and sentence case, Version number (if applicable), Description of document , Publisher or sponsor of the document, Place of publication (if available), viewed date - Day Month Year, <URL>.

NOTE:

- for the URL, include the full location details if they are necessary to locate the specific document, otherwise include the URL of the main webpage from which the document can be located. 

- for a document within a web site, consider it in the same way as a published document or book.

In-text reference … this agreement (Albanese 2009)
Reference list  Albanese, A (Minister for Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Local Government) 2009, Fairer compensation for air travellers, media release, 29 January, Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Local Government, Canberra, viewed 30 January 2009, <http://www.minister.infrastructure.gov.au/releases/2009>.
EndNote reference type Web Page

Web page - no author

Elements of the citation Title of web page italicise Year page created or revised, Publisher, sponsor or host of the web page (if available), Place of the publication (if available),  viewed date - Day Month Year, <URL>.
In-text reference

(More sugar, more problems 2020)

Use title instead of author name.

Reference list 

More sugar, more problems 2020, viewed 14 December 2020, Northwestern Medicine, Chicago, <https://www.nm.org/healthbeat/healthy-tips/nutrition/more-sugar-more-problems>.

EndNote reference type Web Page

Web page with no date of publication

Elements of the citation

Author(s) - person or organisation - Family name, Initials n.d., Title of webpage or document italicised, Publisher, sponsor or host of the webpage (if available), Place of the publication (if available), viewed date - Day Month Year, <URL>.

n.d. = no date/no publication date found

In-text reference … it has been argued that emotional intelligence is a combination of competencies (Bliss n.d.)
Reference list Bliss, SE n.d., The effect of emotional intelligence on a modern organizational leader’s ability to make effective decisions, viewed 10 February 2008, <http://eqi.org/mgtpaper.htm>.
EndNote reference type Web Page

Web page with institutional or organisational author

Elements of the citation

Author(s) - person or organisation - Family name, Initials n.d., Title of webpage or document italicised, Publisher, sponsor or host of the webpage (if available), Place of the publication (if available), viewed date - Day Month Year, <URL>.

In-text reference (Queensland Health 2017)
Reference list Queensland Health 2017, Sun safety and physical activity, Queensland Government, Brisbane, viewed 11 December 2017, <http://conditions.health.qld.gov.au/HealthCondition/condition/20/199/134/sun-safety-and-physical-activity>.
EndNote reference type Web Page