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    Works Cited/Bibliography Sheet

    Print Resources

    1.  Books - One Author

    Author’s Last name, First name.  Title of Book.  Place of publication:   Publisher, year of publication.  Print.

     

    Example: 

    Brooks, John.  Pyramids of Ancient Egypt.  New York: Thomas Y. Crowell Publishers, 2009. Print.

    2.  Books - Two Authors 

    Author’s Last Name, First Name and Author’s First Name Last Name.  Title of Book. Place of publication:

    Publisher, Year of publication.  Print.

    Example

    Anderson, Mary and Eric Ashby.  Ancient Egypt.  Chicago:  Children’s Press, 2011.  Print.

    3.  Books - Three or More Authors   

    Primary Author’s Last Name, First Name et al.  Title of Book.  Place of publication: Publisher, year of

     

                publication.  Print.

     

    Example:

    Sheridan, Marion et al. The Motion Picture.  New York: Appleton, 2010.  Print

    4.  Books—With An Editor

    Last name, First Name, ed.  Title.  Place of publication:  Publisher, year of publication.  Print.

    Example:

    Kuhn, Thomas, ed.  The Essential Tension.  Chicago:  University of Chicago Press, 1991.  Print.

    5.  Encyclopedia -- Signed Articles

    Author’s Last Name, First Name.  “Article Title.”  Title of Encyclopedia.  Volume Number. Date published.  Print.

    Example:

    Sobel, Andrew.  “Airport.” World Book Encyclopedia.   Vol. 1.  2008.  Print.

    6.  Reference -- Unsigned Articles           

    Title of Article.”  Title of Encyclopedia.   Volume Number. Year Published.   Print.

     

    Example

    “Terrier.”  International Wildlife Encyclopedia.    Vol. 22.  1994.   Print.
     
    7.  Newspaper/Magazine Articles
    Author’s Last Name, First Name.  “Title of Article.”  Title of Magazine or Newspaper.  Date of magazine or
     

                Newspaper:  page numbers of article.  Print.

     

    Example:

    White, Charles. “Memories of World War II.”  New York Times.  15 Oct.  1994: 45-47. Print.

     

    8.  Personal Interview

    Identify the person you interviewed.   Personal Interview.   Date of Interview.

     

    Example:

     Swift, Taylor.  Personal  Interview.  22 June 2012.
     
     
      

    ONLINE RESOURCES

    9. Online Websites—Please note that URL addresses are no longer required according to MLA standards.  You only have to include the URL if your teacher requires it, or the website cannot be found without the URL.

     

    Author’s Last Name, First Name.  “Title of Article.”  Title of Website.   Date of last revision.  Publisher of
             website.  Web.  Date accessed.
         

           Example:

    Lear, Linda.  “About Beatrix Potter.” The Beatrix Potter Society.   2011. The Beatrix Potter Society. Web. 
           
    20 June 2012. 

     

    10.  Online Encyclopedia

     

    Author’s Last Name, First Name.  “Title of Article.” Title of Online Encyclopedia.  Publisher of Online         
            
    Encyclopedia.  Date of encyclopedia.  Web.  Date when accessed.

    Example:

    Boleman, Larry.  “Cattle.”  New Book of Knowledge.  Grolier Online. 2012.  Web. 19 Oct. 2012.

     

    11.  Magazine Or Newspaper Article from an Online Database

    Author’s Last Name, First Name.  “Title of Article.”  Title of Magazine or Newspaper.  Date Published:  Pages .
              Online Database. Web.  Date when accessed.

    Example:

    Strickland, Bill.  “Endgame.” Bicycling. 4 May 2011: 48. Student Resource Center. Web. 19 Oct. 2011.

     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
                                                                                                  
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
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