Author, A.A., Author, B.B. & Author, C.C. (1994). Title of article. Title of journal, xx(x):xxx-xxxx.
Blake, N. (1998). Using the web in undergraduate education. Journal of Educational Computing, 5(2):234-251.
Choi, S.G., Kerr, W.L., 2003. Water mobility of textural properties of native and hydroxypropylated wheat starch gels. Carbohydr. Polym. 51:1–8.
Elements of Referencing a Book according to UJ Harvard Method:
Author, A.A. (1994). Title of the book. Location: Publisher.
Blake, N. (1999a). Higher Education in the 21st century. New York: University Press.
Davis, K. (1987). Computer-based training for accountants. Unpublished doctoral thesis. Johannesburg: Rand Afrikaans University.
Online Book from a Library Database:
Author, A.A. (2012). Title of the book. Place of Publication: Publisher. Retrieved from Ebrary: http://0-site.ebrary.com.ujlink.uj.ac.za
Johnson, P. J. (2008). Ovid before excile: Art and punishment in the metamorphoses. Retrieved from http://o-lib.myilibrary.com.ujlink.uj.ac.za/Pro
Online Book from the Internet:
Author, A.A. (2012). Title of the book. Place of Publication:
Publisher. Retrieved from: http://www.......
Elements of Referencing Online or Internet Documents according to UJ Harvard Method:
Author, A.A. (2000). Title of work. Available from: web address (Accessed Day/Month/Year).
Blake, N. (1999b). The promise of mobile technologies for education. Edulink, 3(2). Available from: http://www.joburg.ac.za/edtech/pubs/edulink/992/blake.html (Accessed 8 February 2001).
REFERENCING is a way to demonstrate that you have extended your reading, learning and comprehension by using relevant and up to date sources.
To give recognition to the original author of the text, opinion, idea, fact, image, etc.
To enable your reader to check your information
Sources confirm the completeness of the research
Quotations and references lend authority to the argument, view, etc.
The source list can be consulted by the reader to verify information in the text
The sources can be used by the reader as additional sources to a topic. Source
CITATION is recognising resources in-text to support an argument/conclusion.