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How do I use Harvard style referencing?

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Harvard is an 'author date' referencing style which is believed to be based on a style that was originally in use at Harvard University. There is no standardised version of Harvard - institutions slightly modify this style to meet their own needs.

The UC Referencing Guide includes UC's guide to referencing in Harvard.

For more help, you can go to the Study Skills site or come to the Library Service Desk on level B of the Library.

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