The answer is NO. You shouldn’t include references to the lectures as they aren’t public published material. Watching a video lecture is similar to attend a live theatre class or conference. You may include information that you learned from watching the lecture and even include in your coursework a screenshot of a lecture slide (informally referencing the source in the figure caption) but then this shouldn’t be included in the reference list.
On the other hand, you should include references to all the publications (e.g., articles, books, web pages) used and visual aids sources (figures, tables) using the referencing Harvard style.
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