Archived Material (Referencing)

The Harvard system

Examples of Harvard referencing


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To find out how to do a correct Harvard reference for all the different types of information you are likely to use, please see the links below. 

Examples include how to do an in-text reference and an entry in the final reference list

Click on the alphabetical list below for a more direct explanation of your particular referencing enquiry:

Authors - anon., corporate and multiple works Letters
Blogs and discussion lists Magazine article
Books, book covers etc Maps
CD Roms Market research report (Mintel, Key Note)
Command papers Newspaper article
Conference papers OSIRIS
Discography Podcasts
Dissertations Presentations and lecture notes
DVD/video and film Published music
Emails Radio programmes
Essay or chapter in an edited book Secondary references
FAME Songs (singles/albums)
Hansard Sound recordings
Images Telephone calls
Interviews Theses
Journal articles Video
Legal cases (UK) 

Legal cases (EU)
Video games

Websites and YouTube
Legislation (UK) 

Legislation (EU/International)
XpertHR