Harvard Solent style references

Written Sources

Websites, YouTube and Wikis



Type of source

Website or YouTube

In text reference

In the video from Southampton Solent (2014), it is evident that...

Reference list format

AUTHOR(S), Year of publication or last update. Title of page [viewed date]. Available from: URL

Reference list example 

SOUTHAMPTON SOLENT, 2014.  Southampton Solent University new build animation [viewed 28 July 2015].  Available from: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yQJDLiP-GyY

Reference list example 

DEAKIN UNIVERSITY, 2010. The literature review [viewed 6 May 2008]. Available from: http://www.deakin.edu.au/library/findout/research/litrev.php

Notes

If no author is given, use the provider of the website as the author. This may be the name of a University, a company, a newspaper, or just the website name.





Type of source

Wiki

In text reference

Anon. (2018) suggests that…

Reference list format

ANON., Year of last update. Title of entry. In: Wiki name [viewed date]. Available from: URL

Reference list example 

ANON., 2018. How to improve your study skills. In: Wikihow [viewed 13 July 2018]. Available from: https://www.wikihow.com/Improve-Your-Study-Skills

Notes

Wikis are collaborative creations that can be edited and added to by anyone - so you may not always be able to rely on the quality of the information given. Therefore, consider finding a more authoritative source to reference instead. If you do decide to reference a wiki, you will need to reference it as an anonymous entry (unless you can find an author specifically identified as responsible for the content) and date of update.