I have spoken before about citations and mentioned a couple of books to help you with this in your work. If you wish to quote somebody else's work in your own you will need a tool to keep track of all your quotations.
There are some tools which are freely available in case you don't wish to invest in citation software. The Moreton Bay Region Library service (and I am sure many others) provides a link on its website to citation, bibliography and reference builders here. Just scroll to the bottom of the page to find them or you can see them on the links below:
Harvard Style Reference Generator
Give me the letter Q and I am always going to promote the QFHS - my family history society.
Did you know that you can search the Society's library catalogue online?
If you ever visit the library in person you will need to understand its cataloguing system which is borrowed from the one designed for SAG. The guide to the system is here.
And here's a tip. You may know that QFHS has a long-gunning project to index pupils in Queensland schools. There are 6 CDs containing the names of 2,400,000 pupils in over 1200 schools. Maybe you know which school your ancestors went to e.g. Kingaroy. Which CD would that school be on? Have a look at the index here.
If you are a member you can access electronic journal subscriptions online...this fortnight for example the latest issues of the Canberra HAGSOC's journal, The Cockney ancestor, Hurstville Genealogist, Orkney SIB Folk news, Sakatchewan Bulletin and West Wyalong Mallee Stump were added to the collection. Last fortnight the Caboolture FHS Hindsight, Gladstone FHS Timeline, Ormskirk District FHS Family Historian, RHSQ Bulletin and the Sunshine Coast Kin Tracer were added. It's not just Australian society journals....we're talking all over the world.
It's wonderful really isn't it? Just amazing. One subscription gets you all these. I love my Society.