I want to cite a webinar in the Harvard citation style.

I have found many websites talk about website referencing but could not find anything about webinars!

How do you do that?

1 Answer 1


By googling your title, I found this style valid for online videos, webinars, etc.:

Author/Speaker (Year) Title of communication [Medium]. Available at: URL (Accessed: date).

The source I used was London Metropolitan University Library Services' Harvard Referencing Guide, but their stance seems to be corroborated by other referencing guides.

Adapted reference list example:

Stepp, K. (2013) HR & the workplace of the future [Webinar]. Available at: http://www.slideshare.net/thetalentproject/hr-the-workplace-of-the-future (Accessed: 18 December 2013).

Note that there actually is no definitive Harvard referencing guide, so the journal you submit to (or university for a thesis) could have slightly different requirements. Nevertheless, the above citation is clear enough, and should be acceptable in most places.

You must log in to answer this question.

Not the answer you're looking for? Browse other questions tagged .