Seems to be a few questions about it, so I'll paraphrase what is on the UCA website (here)
The university wants Harvard referencing, which is where directly after the quotation, the surname of the author, the year of the publication, and the page number are written in brackets.
Dennis McNally is quoted as saying ‘Without him, there simply wouldn’t have been enough acid for the psychedelic scene of the Bay Area in the sixties to have ignited’. (Medeiros, 2005, 309)
If the author is mentioned directly before a quote, you may put the year and page number in brackets after his name:
Chris Grunenberg (2005a,7) describes psychedelic style as ‘the result of a highly productive interaction between art, technology, politics, drug culture, music and many other influences, creating an extraordinary aesthetic exemplifying the spirit of liberation and freedom.’
These are then reffered to the bibliography.
The bibliography should be formatted alphabetically. Click here for a full example.
If you translate for instance this example of a book:
Barry, Peter. (2009). Beginning Theory: An introduction to literary and cultural theory. 3rd edition. Manchester: Manchester University Press.
It is: Surname, First Name. (Year). Title Of Book. Edition, if applicable. Publisher.
Reference the version of the book you read; for example I have referenced De Quiney's Confessions Of An English Opium Eater as below:
De Quincey, Thomas. (2003). Confessions of an English Opium Eater. Penguin Classics; Revised edition.
The original was in 1821, but that version wouldn't be the one to quote from.
Hope that helps, everything you need is in the link at the top of the page.