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Zotero: IOE Harvard Style

Referencing Help

Picture of the word 'reference' from a dictionary. 

More referencing information can be found in the following LibGuides:

You can also find guides for the following referencing software:

Top Tip: Tick 'Classic View'

  • Go to Preferences and under Cite, select the Word Processors subtab.

Screenshot of the Zotero preferences toolbar.

  • Check the 'Use classic Add Citation dialog'. This is a user-friendly option that allows you to more easily cite multiple references.

Screenshot of the Zotero citation preferences settings window.

Download the IOE Harvard Style to Zotero

  • To save the file, click on the link above.
  • Open up Zotero and double click on the file to open it.
  • This will bring up a dialogue-box asking if Zotero should install the file. Click 'Install'.

'Screenshot of the Zotero Install Style dialogue box.

  • Once you have installed the file, it will appear on your list of of preferred styles.
  • To check that the option to use the file is there, click on Preferences, click on Cite and Style and you will see the style which is called Harvard - Institute of Education.

Screenshot of the Zotero settings page menu showing installed citation styles.