Harvard referencing

10 Examples of Harvard referencing of items as required Al-Madhoun, M. &amp. Analoui, F. (2004) Developing SME managers under fire: negotiating obstaclesand weaknesses in Palestine, Journal of Management Development, 23 (5), pp.479-495, IngentaConnect [Online]. Available from: http://www.ingentaconnect.com (Accessed: 9 June 2005).
Fedchak, E. &amp. Duvall, L. (1996) An engineering approach to electronic publishing, Proceedings of the International Workshop on Multimedia Software Development, 25-26 March, Berlin. Los Alamitos, California: IEEE Computer Society Press, pp.80-88.
Harris, A. et al. (2006) Management skills. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Jones, A. (2005) ‘Accessibility in HE’. In: Smith, P. (ed.). Accessibility for the Web. Safari Tech Books [Kindle DX version], Ch 2, Location 345- 349.
Lugar, G.F. (2001) Artificial intelligence: structures and strategies for complex problem solving. 4th ed. Boston: Addison Wesley.
Marks, D., Thompson, B. &amp. Yardley, L. (2004) Research methods for clinical and health psychology. London: Sage.
Nature Podcast (2006) Podcast [Online]. Available from: http://www.nature.com/environmental/index.html (Accessed: 25 May 2006 GMT 18:11:06).
Pears, R. &amp. Shields, G. (1995) Cite them right: referencing made easy [Online] Northumbria: Northumbria University. Available from: http://www.unn.ac.uk/central/isd/cite/index.htm (Accessed: 21 May 2004).
University of Liverpool/Laureate Online Education (2007) Lecture notes from Managing People Module Seminar 4 [Online]. Available from: University of Liverpool/Laureate Online Education VLE (Accessed: 28 February 2007).
Vaughan, T. (1998) Multimedia: making it work. 4th ed. California: Osborne/McGraw-Hill.
1. Book
Lugar, G.F. (2001) Artificial intelligence: structures and strategies for complex problem solving. 4th ed. Boston: Addison Wesley.
2. Chapter in a book
Jones, A. (2005) ‘Accessibility in HE’. In: Smith, P. (ed.). Accessibility for the Web. Safari Tech Books [Kindle DX version], Ch 2, Location 345- 349
3. Conference paper
Fedchak, E. &amp. Duvall, L. (1996) An engineering approach to electronic publishing, Proceedings of the International Workshop on Multimedia Software Development, 25-26 March, Berlin. Los Alamitos, California: IEEE Computer Society Press, pp.80-88.
4. Electronic journal accessed online
Al-Madhoun, M. &amp. Analoui, F. (2004) Developing SME managers under fire: negotiating obstacles and weaknesses in Palestine, Journal of Management Development, 23 (5), pp.479-495, IngentaConnect [Online]. Available from: http://www.ingentaconnect.com (Accessed: 9 June 2005). 5. Podcast
Nature Podcast (2006) Podcast [Online]. Available from: http://www.nature.com/environmental/index.html (Accessed: 25 May 2006 GMT 18:11:06).
6. Publication with three authors
Marks, D., Thompson, B. &amp. Yardley, L. (2004) Research methods for clinical and health psychology. London: Sage.
7. Publication with more than three authors
Harris, A. et al. (2006) Management skills. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
8. Secondary referencing
Vaughan, T. (1998) Multimedia: making it work. 4th ed. California: Osborne/McGraw-Hill.
9. University module lecture notes
University of Liverpool/Laureate Online Education (2007) Lecture notes from Managing People Module Seminar 4 [Online]. Available from: University of Liverpool/Laureate Online Education VLE (Accessed: 28 February 2007).
10. World Wide Web document
Pears, R. &amp. Shields, G. (1995) Cite them right: referencing made easy [Online] Northumbria: Northumbria University. Available from: http://www.unn.ac.uk/central/isd/cite/index.htm (Accessed: 21 May 2004).
Reference
University of Liverpool (n.d) Referencing and Developing a Bibliography using the Harvard Method. Available from: http://www.liv.ac.uk/library/ohecampus/referencing/referencing.htm. (Accessed: 8 July 2012.