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EndNote Online (Web): Referencing Styles

Help with using EndNote Online

Referencing styles

Find guidance to referencing styles at the University of Strathclyde - Referencing LibGuide.

Harvard at Strathclyde

There are many variations of Harvard available and there is no right or wrong version. However, it is important that you use the same version throughout your bibliography or reference list and do not mix and match.

The Harvard style is used in business and we have created a Strathclyde Harvard Library style guide which contains examples for you to follow.

The Harvard style is also used in the School of Government and Public Policy.

 

If you use Endnote online (web) we have created a Harvard Strathclyde  that  you can use to create your bibliography. It is recommended that you add it to your favourites - see below.

Favorites

MLA

MLA Formatting and Style Guide, produced by Purdue Online Writing Lab (OWL)

APA7

You may need to add APA7 to your version of EndNote. 

OSCOLA Style for EndNote

An OSCOLA 4th Edn style is available for both EndNote (Desktop) and EndNote Online.

Selecting OSCOLA as an Output Style

Endnote (Desktop)

On PCs in University IT Labs in EndNote (Desktop) you can select OSCOLA_4th_edn from the Style Manager (you may need to follow the link to 'Get More on the Web...' if the style does not appear in your list).

If you have EndNote on your own computer, you can download the OSCOLA_2_4th_edn style from the OSCOLA website.

Please see further guidance on the OSCOLA website:

Endnote Online

In EndNote Online you can select either OSCOLA_4th_edn or OSCOLA_2_4th_edn from the list of bibliographic styles.

Cite While You Write

When using EndNote's Cite While You Write function in Word, because OSCOLA is a footnote style, you need to use the 'Insert Footnote' function (under the 'References' tab) before using the 'Insert Citation' option (under the 'EndNote' tab).

Entering References

You should follow guidance on how to enter information in each reference record in EndNote. If information is not in the field required for the OSCOLA style then references may not appear in the correct form in citations or bibliographies. Guidance on how to use the style including how to enter information for each reference is available on the OSCOLA support pages:

MHRA

The MHRA Style Guide can be downloaded from the Modern Humanities Research Association website.

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