The Harvard System requires two elements: in-text citations throughout your assignment, and a list of references at the end.
1. In-text citations
Include three pieces of information about a source within the text of your work:
2. List of references
At the end of your text, you must include a List of References, a list of all the sources of information you have used to research your assignment.
An electronic source is any information source in digital format. The library subscribes to many electronic information resources in order to provide access for students. Electronic sources can include: full-text journals, newspapers, company information, e-books, dictionaries, encyclopoedias, economic data, digital images, industry profiles, market research, etc.
Referencing electronic or online sources can be confusing - it's difficult to know which information to include or where to find it. As a rule, provide as much information as possible concerning authorship, location and availability.
Electronic or online sources require much of the same information as print sources (author, year of publication, title, publisher). However, in some cases extra information may be required:
Not all electronic sources will require all the items in the above list. For examples of what type of information to include for your sources, review the particular entry.