Do not panic if you are stuck!
You can also:
Adapt relevant principles from elsewhere in the Guide
In the CU Guide to Referencing in Harvard Style, a balance has been struck between listing every possible type of source and keeping the guidelines concise and reader friendly. Therefore, on rare occasions you may need to cite and reference an unusual type of source that is not included in the Guide (a jam jar label, for instance). Do not panic if you cannot find precise guidelines in such a case, but consider these tips
List of References
Always remember to follow the ARC of successful referencing.
Consult the Centre for Academic Writing
If you are a student at Coventry University, you can:
Referencing Management Software
Such software allows you to store any potentially useful references in one convenient place and then generate in-text citations and reference lists/bibliographies in different referencing styles. The University subscribes to two products: RefWorks and EndNote.
A Web based software which can help you to:
Take a look at the Step by Step guide to New RefWorks at the bottom of this page.
Other tools exist, but are not supported by Coventry University. Whichever one you choose, make sure that your final output follows Coventry University's version of Harvard style.
N.B. some software will offer outputs referred to generically as 'Harvard Style' (e.g. the MS Word in-built referencing tool). This is not the same as Coventry University's version of Harvard style. So, whichever software you choose to use, make sure you have followed the correct guidelines.
Always follow the ARC of successful citing and referencing
The Coventry University Guide to Referencing in the Harvard Style by The Centre for Academic Writing is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.