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Guide to St Paul's Grammar High School Library

Grids to layout your reference list and bibliography

The Reference List is a list of resources used in an assessment task - i.e. those cited in text. The Bibliography includes the Reference List and a list of other resources which have been read, but not specifically referred to in the task. St Paul's Grammar School uses the Harvard system as outlined in the SPGS Style Guide.

These are arranged in alphabetical order according to the authors’ surnames (in most cases). Use the grids below to collect full details for books, encyclopedias, journals and the internet. You can also print a grid for use (click here).

Please note- different institutions will have different requirements - check their guides. For unusual or confusing references, further help can be sought in the School Library.


Book Resources

Author. Date of Publication. Title. Place of Publication. Publisher.

Author Date of Publication Title Place of Publication Publisher
         
         

Encyclopedia Resources

Author. Date of Publication. Encyclopedia Entry. Encyclopedia Title. Place of Publication. Publisher. Volume Number. Page number(s)

Author of article Date of Publication Encyclopedia Entry Encyclopedia Title Place of Publication Publisher Volume Number

Page Numbers

               
               

Journal Resources

Author. Year of Publication. Title of Journal Article. Journal Title. Volume and Issue (day &/or month). Page number(s)

Author’s Name Year of Publication Title of Journal Article Journal Title Volume and Issue
Day &/or Month
Page Numbers
           
           

Internet Resources

(list these details if given on the web site)

Author. Date of latest update. Web Page Title. Retrieved Date visited from: URL..

Author’s Name Date of latest update Web Page Title Date visited URL
         
         

N.B. The grids are guides to layout - DO NOT KEEP THE TABLE AS PART OF YOUR FORMAT

Reference details are separated by a full stop. No brackets to be used.

## A useful external site includes:

BibMe - http://www. bibme .org (Use APA option, which is the closest to Harvard to create a bibliography)

QUICK LINKS

Catalogue: HS

Catalogue: JS

LIBGUIDES

Webmail

eCampus/ MyClasses

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Turnitin - LOGIN

Questia School - LOGIN

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State Library

National Library

Trove

NYR

ARCHIVED LINKS

(Assignment help, authors, past blogs, etc.)