If you are using a resource type that is not covered in this guide, you still need to provide a reference for it.
As a first step, try browsing the guide to find something similar to use as a model, and build your reference around this. You need to make sure that you include something to identify:
The most important thing is to clearly identify the resource so that someone can find it themselves.
If you would like another resource type added to the guide, request it via the comments field on this page.
City, Elgar and Lakeside libraries have numerous copies of a little green book titled Referencing guide : Using the Harvard Referencing system by Nancy Stokes.
For any further details on acknowledging sources of information in your written work using the Harvard Referencing System, go to call number 808.02 STO on the shelves and borrow yourself a copy.
These websites contain detailed information and examples for using the Harvard Referencing Style:
If you can't find an example for your referencing query in our Libguide, it may be covered here.
Please note : these guides may use slightly different style/formatting conventions from the Box Hill Institute Harvard Style. You can adapt these examples to fit in with the Box Hill conventions shown in this Libguide.
Copies of these books on bibliographical citations and plagiarism are available to borrow from the Library.