Reference styles are predefined rules describing how to cite sources and set up literature lists. The two most common types are author-year style (f. ex. Harvard, APA) or numeric style (f. ex. Vancouver). You can find these and many other styles in EndNote. In addition, scientific journals often have their own styles.
Reference styles for NMBU-students
The University Library has developed the NMBU-Harvard style in Norwegian and English. These styles are not default in EndNote and you must download them. There are various other styles used by NMBU-students, mainly Vancouver and APA.
- Examples (NTNU)
- Guidance – how to cite and create a literature list (NTNU)
- Vancouver style is available in EndNote
- Examples and guidance – The Citation Compass
- English APA style is available in EndNote