ZoteroBib is a free web-based referencing tool that can be used to quickly create your in-text citations and reference list. It supports thousands of styles, including Westminster Harvard, and is very easy to use.
ZoteroBib automates a lot of the work for you, but like any referencing tool it is not perfect.
Make sure you double check that each reference is formatted correctly according to the rules for your chosen style. You will need to edit it if not.
1. Go to zbib.org to access Zoterobib
2. Then enter a URL, ISBN or title from a book, or DOI from a journal article
3. Click Cite
4. Scroll down and select your preferred referencing style
5. Here I am choosing University of Westminster - Harvard
6. To copy the in-text citation, click this icon beside the reference
7. If you need to add a page number you can type it in here. Then click Copy Citation. Now it's ready to paste into your document.
8. Next we're going to use a journal article with DOI
9. Paste the DOI into Zoterobib then click Cite
10. Look closely at the reference. Is it formatted correctly according to your chosen style? If not, click Edit
11. The title of this article isn't in sentence case as it should be, so I'm going to edit it here
12. I'm also going to replace the ampersand with the word 'and' in the journal's title
13. When you're finished editing, click Done
14. Again, to copy the in-text citation click this icon beside the reference
15. When you've finished building your bibliography, scroll down and click Copy to Clipboard. Then paste it into your document
16. You can also create a link to your bibliography and share it with others
17. Click Copy URL.
That's it, you're done!