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Is there an EndNote Style for use by Sussex Students?

When referencing in documents students need to follow the information set out in their student handbook

Sussex Styles available for Sussex (For use with EndNote X1 and above)

Please follow the link to download the style file and then copy it to the EndNote Styles folder on your PC:

  • Harvard (Sussex InfoSuss-ver2): A draft style based on the Sussex Library InfoSuss site*. Each reference style displays the correct information (not syntax) when used in the bibliography of a word document:
  • Harvard (Sussex ESW-ver1): Based on the Harvard Style and created in conjunction with the School of Education and Social Work Sussex:


Visit the EndNote Website for a full list of styles available, Taylor Francis are popular, please note their styles start TF, eg TF-Harvard.
These styles are also available for use with EndNote Web.

To download and use the style

  1. When prompted click on Save and browse to your style folder eg: c: > program files > EndNote > Styles **
  2. Once downloaded open EndNote
  3. From the EndNote Edit menu select Output Styles, Open Output Style Manager
  4. Look for the style eg: Harvard (Sussex InfoSuss ver2)
  5. Tick the box to select it
  6. Close the dialogue box
  7. This style will now appear in the available styles on the style dropdown list.

* As detailed on the Library
** If saving on an ITS Cluster PC create folders n:\documents\EndNote\Styles, n:\documents\EndNote\Connections and n:\documents\EndNote\Filters.  Then in EndNote itself use the Edit, Preferences menu options and go to File locations and set the locations to match the folders you have just created.

Further information on Referencing can be found on the Library web pages at InfoSuss

You may also find other universities have created styles such as the University of Newcastle who have created Newcastle Harvard  based on Pears, R. & Shields, G. (2010) Cite Them Right. 8th edn. Basingstoke, Palgrave MacMillan.


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Created by Samantha Jane Elmer on 18 December 2008 and last updated by Mark Wilson on 25 August 2016