How to Cite Electronic Journals in Harvard Style
In our citation examples we use the following color coding:
Red – Author
Blue – Title of book/article/charter/webpage
Pink – Date
Green – Title of journal
Violet – Editor/Translator
Black – Volume/Issue
Sienna – Pages
Gray – URL/database/website where the source is retrieved
Full text from database (no author)
‘The proceedings of the 140th Tokai-Hokuriku regional meeting of the Japanese society of neurology’ 2015, Rinsho Shinkeigaku vol. 55, no. 9, viewed 26 January 2017, via PubMed database.
Full text newspaper, newswire (no author)
The Sydney Morning Herald 2016, ‘Year in review 2016: the most-read Sydney Morning Herald online stories’, viewed 16 January 2017, SMH database.
Be sure to put the name of a journal at the beginning of the entry and make it both capitalized and italicized.
Full text from the Internet (four or more authors)
Remember that it is critical to add a reference link after the publication date. Be sure to put it in single guillemets with no extra spaces.
Marzouk, Z, Rakovic, M, Liaqat, A, Vytasek, J, Samadi, D, Stewart-Alonso, J, Ram, I, Woloshen, S, Winne, P & Nesbit, О 2016, ‘What if learning analytics were based on learning science’, Australasian Journal of Educational Technology, vol. 32, no. 6, pp. 1-18, viewed 26 January 2017, <https://ajet.org.au/index.php/AJET/article/view/3058/1433>.
Full text newspaper from database
Higgins, H & Kerpen, P 2017, ‘The president opens the ObamaCare escape hatch; Trump’s executive order will make it easier to find an insurance plan that fits your needs’, The Wall Street Journal, 26 January, viewed 26 January 2017, via ProQuest database.
Full text from database
add a full access date with no shortenings.
add [via] before the name of a database.
be sure to capitalize only the names of a journal and database.
Arnfred S, Aharoni R, Hvenegaard M, Poulsen S, Bach B, Arendt M, Rosenberg N & Reinholt N 2017, ‘Transdiagnostic group CBT vs. standard group CBT for depression, social anxiety disorder and agoraphobia/panic disorder: study protocol for a pragmatic, multicenter non-inferiority randomized controlled trial’, BMC Psychiatry vol. 17, no. 1, p. 37, viewed 26 January 2017, via PubMed database.