Understanding references is also important to help you find the sources that your lecturers refer to in reading lists, lectures etc.
Below are some common examples:
Book: Cottrell, S (2013) The Study Skills Handbook Basingstoke: Palgrave
(search for the author Cottrell or the title 'The Study Skills Handbook' to find the book on Primo)
Book Chapter: Grunert, K. (2006) 'Marketing Parameters and their influence on consumer food choice' in Shepherd, R. and Raats, M. (ed.) The psychology of food choice. Wallingford: CABI Publishing, pp.161-177.
(search for the editors Shepherd and Raats or the title 'The psychology of food choice' to find the book on Primo and then navigate to the correct chapter)
Journal Article: Entwistle, N.J. (1982) 'Study skills and independent learning', Studies in Higher Education, 7:1, 65-73, DOI: 10.1080/03075078212331379321
(search for the article title 'Study skills and independent learning' or search for the journal 'Studies in Higher Education' and then find volume 7, issue 1)