RefWorks – NTU ‘Output Style’ changes now live

An additional bibliographic ‘Output Style’ is now available in RefWorks to all Nottingham Trent University staff and students – named Harvard LLR – all authors (December 2009). The only difference between this additional output style and the previous Harvard LLR style is the treatment of multiple authors. The Harvard LLR – all authors output style, as the name suggests, lists all of the authors of a piece of work rather than using the ‘et al.’ convention to indicate the existence of four or more authors, as the Harvard LLR style does.

As some minor punctuation changes have also been made to the existing Harvard LLR style, it has been renamed Harvard LLR (December 2009). Both output styles appear under the ‘Nottingham Trent University Specific’ heading in the Output Style drop-down list (see illustration below).

Below are some (fictitious) references illustrating some of the presentational differences between the two styles:

A Journal article:

Harvard LLR – all authors (December 2009):

CLEMENS, S.L., FAULKNER, W.C., BROWNING, E.B., MURRAY, J.S., ALCOTT, L.M., STOWE, H.B. and SANDBURG, C.A., 2010. The History of Everything. Journal of Total History, 24 (12), 22-44.

Harvard LLR (December 2009):

CLEMENS, S.L., et al., 2010. The History of Everything. Journal of Total History, 24 (12), 22-44.

A Chapter in an edited book:

Harvard LLR – all authors (December 2009):

CLEMENS, S.L., FAULKNER, W.C., BROWNING, E.B., MURRAY, J.S., ALCOTT, L.M., STOWE, H.B. and SANDBURG, C.A., 2012. The History of Everything. In: R.W. EMERSON, W.B. YEATS and R.L. FROST, eds., The Complete Book of Total History. 2nd ed. Nottingham: Premier, 2012, pp. 44-66.

Harvard LLR (December 2009):

CLEMENS, S.L., et al. 2012. The History of Everything. In: R.W. EMERSON, W.B. YEATS and R.L. FROST, eds., The Complete Book of Total History. 2nd ed. Nottingham: Premier, 2012, pp. 44-66.

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