Cite Them Right 11th Edition - Harvard

Hi all,

new to Zotero. My institution uses the 11th edition of this book but there is only a style for the 10th edition in Harvard. Is there much difference between the two?

Thanks in advance!
Colm
  • They're definitely very similar; we're happy to update it, but it's hard to keep up with the rapid update cycle of the book.
  • Thanks for the quick reply, that would be great if it could be updated. Not sure how the process works, let me know if you need anything from me. Thanks! Colm
  • Adamsmith, would it make sense for oconnorco to provide a list of difference to make a new version?
  • If we can get a list of changes between the 10th and 11th edition, that'd be great.

    (I'm also happy to buy you (or anyone else who'd work on it) a copy of the book from the CSL account, though I gnash my teeth at throwing money at their ridiculous publication practices)
  • Thanks guys. I have access to the book - would the acknowledgements page generally list all changes? There are some very minor changes listed which I could send on if needed?
  • I am just wondering if the cite them right Harvard 11th Edition style was being added to the available styles within Zotero?

    This is the style I am expected to use by my university and could lose marks if I use another style or older style instead.

    Due to being a disabled student, Zotero was recommended to me by DSA to ensure smoother studying and completion of assignments. With this in mind, Zotero is a huge help to me and hence very important that it has the style I am expected to use.

    By the way, thank you for all the work put into Zotero already and all future efforts, I very much appreciate it. :)
  • Hey,

    As was mentioned above we'd need a list with the changes from v.10 to 11.
    I assume it's minimal changes, so it wouldn't take long for me to make such a style. But I'd need to have a list of changes.
  • Is there anywhere such changes are listed or how would people generally discover what these changes are? Thanks!
    Colm
  • edited 17 days ago
    You look at the current, 10th edition style, and compare it to the new guidelines.
    Sometimes, like APA, the introduction also points out the main changes.
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