Answered By: Jodie Hannis Last Updated: Aug 15, 2014 Views: 685
Ideas or quotes from authors other than yourself are indicated by placing the authors name and the year of publication of the source you've used in brackets where appropriate e.g. (Potter 2014). The reference is then expanded in your bibliography to include the full details of the source you've cited.
The University has published some useful information on the Harvard system here though it should be stressed that many different styles are used. You should consult your course handbook for the exact style preferred by your department or speak with the tutor who has set your assignment.