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1 How to Create a Bibliography By Dr. Audrey Irene Daigneault Hit Enter key after reading each slide’s message.*

2 How to Create a Bibliography A bibliography is an alphabetical list of all sources of information used to create a report.

3 Bibliography bibliography created A bibliography is placed at the end of a report but is created during the research process.

4 Bibliography Create a note card for for every source or save a citation to a Word document.

5 Bibliography It is arranged in abc order by author’s last name if known or title of the work (no author)

6 Bibliography A bibliography acts as evidence that the report is based on fact. It credits the work of others.

7 Bibliography Bibliographies are in abc order Author last name or family name is first, first name middle name last. Example: Smith, John Allen.

8 Bibliography Use periods in a bibliographic entry after each main part. Author’s name. Title of Work. Facts of publication. Remember to dot…………………..

9 Bibliography Cite page numbers when research is part of a whole work. Example: Chapter in a Book Article in a Magazine

10 Bibliography Double space between each entry. Example: Smith, John. Machines. New York: Gale, c2005. Zend, Michael. Robots. New York: Children’s Press, n.d.

11 Bibliography Indent all lines but the first by 5 spaces. Example: McAuliffe, Emily. Connecticut: Fact and Symbols. Mankato, Minnesota: c1999.

12 Example of a Bibliography Bibliography on Connecticut Fradin, Dennis Brindell and Judith Bloom Fradin. Connecticut. Chicago: Childrens Press, c1994. Gelman, Amy. Connecticut. Minneapolis, Minn.: Lerner, c1991.

13 Connecticut Bibliography Kaufman, Emily. Connecticut: Fact and Symbols. Mankato, Minn.: Hilltop Books, c1999. “Legal Holidays in the State,” State of Connecticut.9/6/ /5/ ?a=843&q=

14 URL’s The MLA Style format no longer requires the URL * “Legal Holidays in the State,” State of Connecticut.9/6/ /5/2006. **sp

15 Publishing Information Located on Title Page Verso of Title Page Check last pages of Book

16 Bibliography The End


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