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SUGGESTED BIBLIOGRAPHY GUIDE TO CITING SOURCES

When doing original research and publishing a report or project, it is always necessary to identify the source of your information.  This list of sources is called a bibliography.  A bibliography should be listed alphabetically.  The second line of an entry should be indented.  Skip a line after each entry.

[ Book ] [ Encyclopedia ] [ Magazine & Newspaper ] [ Internet ]
[ Audiovisual Material ] [ CD-ROM ] [ Interview ] [ Example ]

Authorís last name, first name. Title of book. Place of publication: Publisher, copyright year.
example:

Smith, John. World Leaders. New York: WL Publishing, 2000.

If you only used part of a book:
Smith, John. World Leaders. New York: WL Publishing, 2000, pp. 17-23.
FOR AN ENCYCLOPEDIA ARTICLE THAT IS SIGNED: 
Article authorís last name, first name. "Title of article." Name of encyclopedia. Copyright year. Volume number, page(s).
example:
Clark, William W. "Gothic Art." World Book Encyclopedia. 2004.
    
Volume 8, pp. 277-278.
FOR AN ENCYCLOPEDIA ARTICLE THAT ISNíT SIGNED:
"Title of article." Name of encyclopedia. Copyright year. Volume number, page(s).
example:
"North Pole." World Book Encyclopedia. 2003. Volume 20, p.155.
Article authorís last name, first name. "Title or headline of article." Name of magazine or newspaper. Date of magazine or newspaper, page(s).
example:
McGill, Kristy. "A Baltic Scramble." Newsweek. May, 2003, p. 32.
Authorís last name, first name. "Title of item." [Online] Available 
http://address/filename, date of document or download.
example:

Fried, David. "Temple Heights students speak with arctic explorer." [Online]
   
http://www.nctimes.com/articles/2004/04/27/news//4_26_0421_21_58.txt

This example of how to cite an INTERNET source was downloaded from this online source.
Title of material. Type of material. Place of publication: Publisher, copyright date.
example:
Bizetís Dream. Videotape. New York: Sony Wonder, 1998.
"Article title." CD-ROM title. CD-ROM. Copyright date.
example:
"Titanic Disaster." Encarta 99 Encyclopedia. CD-ROM. 1999.
Name of person interviewed (last name first). Kind of interview. Date.
example:
Duffy, Larry. Personal interview. June 13, 2004.

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Your finished bibliography should be alphabetized by the first word of the entry and will look something like this:

BIBLIOGRAPHY/WORKS CITED

Bizetís Dream. Videotape. New York: Sony Wonder, 1998.

Clark, William W. "Gothic Art." World Book Encyclopedia. 2004.
     Volume 8, pp. 284-286.

Duffy, Larry. Personal interview. June 13, 2004.

Fried, David. "Temple Heights students speak with arctic explorer." [Online]
   
http://www.nctimes.com/articles/2004/04/27/news//4_26_0421_21_58.txt

McGill, Kristy. "A Baltic Scramble." Faces. May, 2003, p. 27.

"North Pole." World Book Encyclopedia. 2003. Volume 20, p.155.  

Smith, John. World Leaders. New York: WL Publishing, 2000, pp. 17-23.

"Titanic Disaster." Encarta 99 Encyclopedia. CD-ROM. 1999.


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