If you wish to cite any work from this website, please follow the conventions listed below:-
Papers and presentations
Papers and presentations labelled as the work of Jenny Keating and Nicola Sheldon should cite the author and title of the paper or presentation, e.g. Jenny Keating, 'Government policy on history teaching in elementary schools 1890s-1910', URL: http://www.history.ac.uk/history-in-education/project-papers/school-history [date accessed], p. 5 or Nicola Sheldon, 'A National Curriculum but no national story', Oxford May 2010, URL: http://www.history.ac.uk/history-in-education/project-papers/presentations [date accessed].
Survey evidence, interviews and school work
Interviews should be cited using the page reference of the transcript where this is available, e.g. HiEP: interview, A Reid, 4 September 2009, URL: http://www.history.ac.uk/history-in-education/browse/interviews/interview-andy-reid-4-september-2009 [date accessed], p. 5 - or time codes where no transcript is posted.
When citing the survey evidence, one can either use the reference codes for each respondent or a page number, e.g. HiEP: surveys, Pupils born 1950s-90s Secondary School Memories - How We Were Taught, JB/P66/HiE104; SH/P66/HiE181, URL: http://www.history.ac.uk/history-in-education/browse/surveys [date accessed] or HiEP: surveys, Pupils born 1950s-90s Secondary School Memories - How We Were Taught, URL: http://www.history.ac.uk/history-in-education/browse/surveys [date accessed], p. 6.
For the school work, use the title of the photographic collection, e.g. HiEP: School Work of Monica Wafford, 1949-52, URL: http://www.history.ac.uk/history-in-education/browse/school-work/school-work-monica-wafford-1949-52 [date accessed], Book 2, p. 3.
Other work on the website
Where no authorship or ownership is indicated, the citation should simply say History in Education Project, Title, URL: http://www.history.ac.uk/history-in-education [date accessed].
Jenny Keating and Nicola Sheldon