It's really important to learn how to reference your work properly. A good piece of coursework is full of references to work that's been done by others before you, so good referencing habits will get you great marks. There are two parts to referencing:
There are many different referencing styles. The most commonly used at Middlesex University is Harvard. For detailed information on how to cite and reference, please have a look at Cite Them Right basics.
This is one method for converting existing reference lists into RefWorks and other reference management systems. But please note you will have to do quite a bit of work. If you only have a few reference to convert it may be easier to search for them on Library Search or Google Scholar and import into RefWorks directly.
Cite Them Right Online is the standard source of information for citation and referencing. Please use this unless you are studying one of the subjects listed below.
Only RefWorks is supported by Middlesex University Library, so if you haven't decided what to use, please look at RefWorks first.
Alternatives you may wish to use are: