If you are using the History Faculty styles in RefWorks, then please note that a number of updates have been made in order to be in line with the Faculty requirements (see also below). They mostly follows the New Oxford Style Manual (3rd ed, Oxford, 2016) bar the odd deliberate deviation.
- Journal enumeration now will display also any issue numbers and not be preceded by “vol.”
- Pagination information in journal articles is preceded by “pp.” – unlike the New Oxford Style Manual. This has now been added. It has always been required for book and book chapters so there is no change there.
The effect of the changes are best illustrated with the following example:
Campbell, B.M.S., ‘Factor Markets in England before the Black Death’, Continuity and Change, vol. 24 (2009), 79-106.
Campbell, B.M.S., ‘Factor Markets in England before the Black Death’, Continuity and Change, 24/1 (2009), pp. 79-106.
How to get the updated History Faculty style?
The four updated Faculty styles are now available on the University-wide RefWorks Output Manager. To apply them, make sure you save them to your Favorites first. You may need to re-select them.
If you need any assistance, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org, phone 01865 277262 or speak to library staff in the Upper Camera Reading Room.
- Due to lack of resources it currently not possible for the History Faculty Library to also create and maintain styles in other reference management tools, such as Endnote or Mendeley.
- A new version of RefWorks has recently been launched by the developers, Proquest. This new version will run alongside the existing version of RefWorks (now referred to as “Legacy RefWorks”) until January 2018. Both versions are available but do not currently work together. Bodleian Libraries strongly recommend that existing RefWorks users delay moving to the new version of RefWorks for the time being. Please await further announcements.
Other useful resources
- More about RefWorks
- For UGs: Guidance on the Presentation and Format of Theses and Extended Essay (pdf from History Faculty WebLearn).
- For PGs: Conventions for the presentation of essays, dissertations, and theses (pdf from History Faculty WebLearn).
- Oxford LibGuides: Reference Management
- Slides and handouts for HFL RefWorks training sessions (HFL WebLearn)