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EndNote styles

Title:
EndNote styles
Creator:
Gisle Hannemyr
Description:
This archive contains bibliography style templates for CHI extended abstracts, The Information Society, and NordiCom Review. I've also included what I hope are more versatile alternative versions of the author-date citation system (sometimes referred to as Harvard style) that is popular for parenthetical referencing in the sciences. A version of this is standardized by the American Psychological Association (APA). If you sometimes cite electronic sources (such as web-pages and online reports) you may want to use these alternative Harvard styles to get URLs and type of medium into your bibliography. Use the original Harvard.ens style hat comes with EndNote if you do not want URLs to appear in the bibliography.
Date:
2011-01-26
Type:
Dataset
Format:
application/zip
Size:
12 kB
Download:
http://hannemyr.com/enjoy/endnote.zip
Rights:
Public Domain.
Installation:
Unpack this archive in your customized EndNote style folder, then tell EndNote where to find them using Edit → Preferences → Folder Location → Style Folder.
Notes:
The HarvardGHno style is the style most up to date. If some of the other styles does not do what you want, check out of things appear in that style and copy and adapt.
 
Usage notes specific to the output style templates in this style (in particular HarvardGHno):
  • Conference Paper: Use this template for an individual conference paper. Put the actual date range of the conference (including year) in the Date field and the year proceedings are published in the Year field.
  • Encyclopedia: For encyclopedia articles without author. I use a style derived from APA style suggested (scroll down to Citations) by the Encyclopędia Britannica Online. The template assumes you place the article heading in the author field and the name of the encyclopedia in the title field.
  • Personal Communication: Enter the a full description of the communication (e.g. “personal email to the author.”) in the Type field. Note that the APA considers all personal communications, including interviews, as non-recoverable data, and therefore recommends that you not include these citations in your reference list. Instead, you should simply include an acknowledgement in the text of your paper, in the form of a parenthetical statement. Provide the initials as well as the surname of the person and as exact a date as possible. Example: (D. Johnson, email interview, February 14, 2008).
  • Web Page: Leave Year-related fields empty and type in the full date in standard ISO-format (YYYY-MM-DD) in the field Access Date. This will typically be the day you viewed a web page. The field Last Update Date is optional, but will be included in the citation if used. The field Edition is also used, and may contain report numbers or letter references. The citation must include the full URL. For endnotes, this may make some very odd long looking lines. You may need to reformat some of the bibliography “by hand” when preparing the final copy.
Compatibility:
Tested using EndNote X4 (14.0.1) on Microsoft Windows 7. You will probably need EndNote ver. 8.0 or newer to use these styles.

CC0 To the extent possible under law, Gisle Hannemyr has waived all copyright and related or neighboring rights to Endnote styles. This work is published from: Norway.
 


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