Please find some helpful tips below to ensure the Harvard Solent style in RefWorks displays your references as accurately as possible. Tips below concern both migrated and newly created references.
Refworks entry: AUTHOR(s), 2014. Title of blog entry. In: Blog title. 17 March [viewed 10 October 2016]. Available from: http://testblogpost.com
Harvard Solent example: AUTHOR(S), 2014. Title of blog entry. In: Blog title. 17 March 2014 [viewed 10 October 2016]. Available from: http://testblogpost.com
In both the Author and Recipient field include the author exactly as it should display (surname, initial.,) followed by the email address in brackets. You will need to enter the Recipient's surname in capital letters if you wish it to display in capitals (the Author's name will automatically be capitalised):
Author: Large, G., (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Recipient: BROWN, A., (email@example.com)
Electronic Image - using the ARTWORK format
You will need to click on 'Add more fields...' and then select two options to add into the reference: select the Date retrieved option and URL option and fill in the details for each as appropriate.
Films and Directors
Films with directors are listed under the director name in the A-Z bibliography rather than by title which is the correct approach. Once you have finished your document and do not intend to make any more changes, please copy and paste the films into the correct place in the A-Z list under their title instead.
ANON entries will sometimes not appear under A in the bibliography. If this occurs, once you have finished your document and do not intend to make any more changes, please copy and paste the ANON entries into the correct place in the A-Z list under A.