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Epictetus, 55 - 135
Greek Stoic philosopher

Website citation series

Turabian/Harvard Website citations

(Guidelines below)

General guidelines:

  • List entries alphabetically by author (if no author list title first)
  • Separate items of entries by periods
  • General format:
    Author last name, first initial. Published date. Webpage title. Publisher and location. Accessed date. Available from URL.
  • indent after first line by five spaces
  • n.d. refers to no published date being found

* There is no definitive Harvard style.
You are encouraged to find examples from your department or instructor for variations.

Example:

Landsberger, J. n.d. Citing Websites. Study Guides and Strategies, St. Paul, MN. Accessed 13 May, 2005. Available from http://www.studygs.net/citation.htm.

Remember to refer to your department or instructor
as to the

  • Type of style required
  • Any variations
  • Respective manuals for sequencing the list, for page notes, and for other detailed information

See also:
Harvard Style Tip Sheet, University of Canterbury - Christchurch, New Zealand
Turabian Citation Style Guide, Research Guide, University of Georgia Libraries

Citation styles:

AMA | APA | MLA | Chicago | Turabian/Harvard |
Essay and writing sequence

Flash exercise contributed by Jordan Noll and Dr. Brad Hokanson, Interactive Media (DHA 4384) School of Design, University of Minnesota. Adapted and revised by Joe Landsberger