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Last Updated: Jul 14, 2015     Views: 26

The basic principle is that your reference should include enough details to enable another researcher to find the resource. For most online resources you need to include:
...from : URL [accessed date].
Where a journal is published both in paper and electronic form, the standard citation information is sufficient. If a journal is only published online, include the URL and accessed date.

See the Eddie Davies Library Guide to citing references (Harvard system) based on The Manchester Humanities Faculty How to Reference page - section on Electronic Sources of Information.

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