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?
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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.