Citing your sources (also called referencing) is an essential part of your academic work and is explained fully on our page Reference and avoid plagiarism.
Check Cite Them Right
Use Cite Them Right to check how to reference a wide range of sources (books, journal articles, web sites) in exactly the same Harvard style used at Brookes.
Cite Them Right has a Sample text and reference list using the Harvard style. This will help you understand what referencing looks like in written work.
The Library also has a printed guide to Brookes Harvard based on Cite Them Right that you can download (Word and PDF versions available).
Further help with referencing
Don't forget you can contact your Librarian for help with referencing. The Centre for Academic Development can also provide advice.
It's a good idea to keep track of your sources as you find them, so that it's easier to reference them later. Check this guide How to save and cite sources in LibrarySearch (Google slides)
Endnote is a tool for storing and organising your references, and it will also work with Word or Pages to create a fully formatted bibliography from your reference library.
NB Other referencing guides and apps are widely available but be aware that not all Harvard styles are the same as ours. Make sure you check your references against Cite Them Right.