This style guide is based on the Australian Government Style Manual, which replaces the Style manual for authors, editors and printers 2002, 6th edn. revised by Snooks & Co.
If you are using the updated Harvard style in Endnote, please be aware Endnote does not allow for hyperlinking of electronic sources. We recommend saving the URL in the correct field in Endnote and adding the hyperlink later to your reference in Word (after you have converted to plain text).
Once you have finished the document and converted it to plain text prior to submission, you can use the URL from the reference to hyperlink the title (and remove it from the end of the reference).
Referencing, or citing, acknowledges the sources of information you have used to complete your assignments and is an essential component of academic writing.
You are required to reference any information, ideas or data that are not your own, including when you have: