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    1. 1. LIBRARY SERVICESDI V IS I ON OF T E CH NO LOGY , IN FOR M AT ION AN D L EA RN I NG S U P P OR T www.library.qut.edu.au LIBRARY SERVICES www.library.qut.edu.au QUT Harvard Referencing QUT Library – Semester One CRICOS No. 00213J
    2. 2. Papertrix. (2005). Bibliography. [Image]. Retrieved May 6, 2010 from http://www.flickr.com/photos/papertrix/38028138/Why QUT Harvard is a better option...
    3. 3. Attributing your ideasIn academic writing,support your responsewith evidence, ideas, orquotes from yourresearch.When you paraphrase,summarise or quoteanother author’s work,include an in-text citation.
    4. 4. There are two parts to a reference... Paraphrase1In-text Direct quote Summary References Gamson, W. A. 1992. The social psychology of collective action. In Frontiers in social2 movement theory, edited by A. Morris and C. McClung Mueller. New Haven: Yale University Press. Klandermans, B. 1997. Social psychology of protest. Boston: Blackwell. McAdam, D., J. D. McCarthy and M. N. Zald. 1996. Introductions, opportunities, mobilizing structures, and forming processes: Toward a synthetic comparative perspective on social move-ments. In Comparative perspectives on social movements,, J. D. McCarthy and M. N. Zald. Cambridge: CambridgeReference list University Press. Noonan, R. 1997. Women against the state. In Social movements: Readings on their emergence, mobi-lization, and dynamics, ed. D. McAdam and D. Snow. Los Angeles: Roxbury.
    5. 5. 1Every referencein the text ofthe essay.... In-text References Gamson, W. A. 1992. The social psychology of collective action. In Frontiers in social2 movement theory, edited by A. Morris and C. McClung Mueller. New Haven: Yale University Press.... Must have acorresponding Klandermans, B. 1997. Social psychology of protest. Boston: Blackwell.entry in the full McAdam, D., J. D. McCarthy and M. N. Zald. 1996. Introductions, opportunities, mobilizing structures, and forming processes: Toward a synthetic comparativereference list perspective on social move-ments. In Comparative perspectives on socialReference list movements,, J. D. McCarthy and M. N. Zald. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Noonan, R. 1997. Women against the state. In Social movements: Readings on their emergence, mobi-lization, and dynamics, ed. D. McAdam and D. Snow. Los Angeles: Roxbury.
    6. 6. Make your references easy to find ! one this It’s
    7. 7. About QUT Harvard • Based on the referencing guidelines in The Chicago Manual of Style, 16th edition (808.027 2 /16 ). • A new edition, recently updated • Designed so that readers: – can identify the source of quotations, paraphrases as well as ideas and facts, which are not common knowledgeAvailable online at: – locate these resources, which arehttp://www.library.qut.edu.au/find/databases/fullrecord.jsp?id=5585 recorded in your reference list.
    8. 8. Reference List – QUT Harvard Style So that readers can identify or locate your sources, all QUT Harvard references should include four key elements. WH WHEN WHA WHERE O TWho is responsible When was the What is the work Where can youfor creating the work created? called? find the work?work? •Year •Title •Where it was•Author(s) •In press •Journal Title published•Organisations •Year, month •Book & Chapter •Journal volume,•Directors date (if Title issues, and pages•Artists continually •Website Title •Where it is updated) archived online
    9. 9. Books – QUT Harvard StyleThe answers to these four interrogatives, vary on the type of reference. WH Flannery, Tim. O WHE 2005. N The weather makers: WHA T The history and future impact of climate change WHER Melbourne: The Text E Publishing Company. Book entry in the library catalogue. Where else could you find a book’s publication details?
    10. 10. When you finalise your reference list, use the examples on Cite|Write to format the reference list. For example: Author Year. Title of the book in italicsSurname, full first name. Flannery, Tim. 2005. The weather makers: The history and future impact of climate change. Melbourne: The Text Publishing Company. Place of Publication: Publisher. Look under ‘books’ in Cite|Write for examples of e-books, chapters in edited books, editions other than the first, theses & more
    11. 11. Websites WH World Health O Organization. WHE 2009. N Influenza-like illness in the WHA T United States and Mexico. WHER http://www.who.int/csr/ E don/2009_04_24/en/ind ex.html
    12. 12. In Cite|Write, you can find examples of how to format different reference types. Title of the webpage (Website are considered an informal document, so the Author title is not italicised). Year.Organisation name. orld Health Organization. 2009. “Influenza-like illness in the United States and Mexico.” Accessed May 5, 2009. http://www.who.int/csr/don/2009_04_24en Access date. URL (As information on the /index.h tml web can change daily.)
    13. 13. Journal Articles– QUT Harvard Style Let’s try providing the details for a journal article accessed online: Chandler, WH Richard, Jonathan O Rougier and Mat Collins, WHE N 2010. Climate Change: Making WHA T certain what the uncertainties are. Significance WHER E 7(1), 9-12 doi: 10.1111/j.1740-9713.Article entry on a database. Most publishers will also present this information 2010.00403.xon the PDF of an article.
    14. 14. When you finalise your reference list, use the examples on Cite|Write to format the reference list. For example: Author : Surname, First Name. (Year). & First Name Surname Chandler, Richard, Jonathan Rougier & Mat Collins. 2010. “Climate change: Making certain what the uncertainties are.” Significance, 7(1): 9-12. Accessed April 4, 2011. doi: 10.1111/j.1740-9713.2010.00403.x Everything you would need to find Title of the article, in double this article:quotation marks, followed by the •Volume Number title of the journal in italics. •(Issue number) •Page numbers •Permanent, unique Digital Object Identifier -- if accessed online More examples available online www.citewrite.qut.edu.au
    15. 15. Top tips for formatting QUT HarvardPunctuation MattersClosely follow the Cite|Write examples on when to italicise, place full stops, and brackets. Over excited? To cite an idea from more than one source; use a semi- colon to separate: (Syme 2002; Scullard 2010). Neat Reference List! Single line spacing with a hanging indent is preferred. Lists should be organised alphabetically by author. If you have two resources by the same author, list them chronologically. Questions?
    16. 16. QUT Cite online tool• To check how exactly how to cite a wide variety of sources go to http://www.citewrite.qut.edu.au/cite/
    17. 17. Need to keep track of all thesepublication detailsfor your reference types?
    18. 18. Notetaking templates keep your notes and the publication details ofyour books organised. Available from the Cite|Write website &booklet.
    19. 19. LIBRARY SERVICES www.library.qut.edu.auAsk a Librarian

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