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Yes, we have created the Brookes Harvard referencing style for EndNote Web which matches the Harvard guidance given in Cite Them Right Online. Please note there are 2 versions of this style - the only difference is in how they deal with multiple authors. Check with your department if you are unsure which version you should use:
NB There are some variations in local practice at Brookes, so always check with your department about what they require and whether the style you're using is acceptable.
In order to use the Brookes Harvard styles and many others, you will need to make sure that your EndNote Web account is linked to your Brookes account - this is known as "roaming access":
To check whether you have roaming access activated, go to EndNote Web and log into your account. Choose the 'Options' tab and then 'Subscription'. You'll see your account information which will indicate whether you currently have roaming access or not. If you haven't got roaming access, sign out of your account and follow these steps:
You’ll then be returned to the EndNote Web sign in page. Sign back in with your email address and EndNote password. Choose 'Options' and then 'Subscription' (as above) to check your roaming access has been activated.
Yes, a wide range of other referencing styles are available to Brookes users on EndNote Web. See Using EndNote Web with Word - 'What referencing styles are available in EndNote Web?'