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3 What is a bibliography? A bibliography is a list of books and articles about a particular subject that you have used a sources for your report.

4 Why do I need a bibliography?
The bibliography tells where you got the information for your report. It can help you if you need to check the information you used for your report. It can help someone else who would like to read further about your topic.

5 What information do I need in my bibliography?
You need to include this information: Author (Last name first) Title of the book (underlined) Places of publication Publisher Date of publication

6 Please give me an example.
This is an example of a bibliographic entry from an encyclopedia.

7 Please give me an example.
This is an example of a bibliographic entry from an encyclopedia. Holzer, Harold. author’s last name and first name

8 Please give me an example.
This is an example of a bibliographic entry from an encyclopedia. Holzer, Harold. "Lincoln, Abraham.“ title of article in quotes

9 Please give me an example.
This is an example of a bibliographic entry from an encyclopedia. Holzer, Harold. "Lincoln, Abraham." World Book Student. title of encyclopedia underlined

10 Please give me an example.
This is an example of a bibliographic entry from an encyclopedia. Holzer, Harold. "Lincoln, Abraham." World Book Student. Chicago: City of publication

11 Please give me an example.
This is an example of a bibliographic entry from an encyclopedia. Holzer, Harold. "Lincoln, Abraham." World Book Student. Chicago: Berkely Hathaway, name of publisher

12 Please give me an example.
This is an example of a bibliographic entry from an encyclopedia. Holzer, Harold. "Lincoln, Abraham." World Book Student. Chicago: Berkely Hathaway, 2009. date of publication

13 Let’s do one together… Open your encyclopedia to any article

14 Let’s do one together… Open your encyclopedia to any article
Find the author’s name

15 Let’s do one together… Open your encyclopedia to any article
Find the author’s name - write it on your paper

16 Let’s do one together… Open your encyclopedia to any article
Find the author’s name - write it on your paper - remember last name goes first

17 Let’s do one together… Open your encyclopedia to any article
Find the author’s name - write it on your paper - remember last name goes first - notice there is a comma between the names

18 Let’s do one together… Open your encyclopedia to any article
Find the author’s name - write it on your paper - remember last name goes first - notice there is a comma between the names - notice there is a period after the author’s name

19 Let’s do one together… Open your encyclopedia to any article
Find the author’s name Find the bold print title of the article

20 Let’s do one together… Open your encyclopedia to any article
Find the author’s name Find the bold print title of the article - write it on your paper

21 Let’s do one together… Open your encyclopedia to any article
Find the author’s name Find the bold print title of the article - write it on your paper there is a period after the title

22 Let’s do one together… Open your encyclopedia to any article
Find the author’s name Find the bold print title of the article - write it on your paper - there should be a period after the title - the title (and period) should be inside quotation marks

23 Let’s do one together… Open your encyclopedia to any article
Find the author’s name Find the bold print title of the article Write the name of the encyclopedia - remember to underline it

24 Let’s do one together… Open your encyclopedia to any article
Find the author’s name Find the bold print title of the article Write the name of the encyclopedia - remember to underline it there is a period after the name

25 Let’s do one together… Open your encyclopedia to any article
Find the author’s name Find the bold print title of the article Write the name of the encyclopedia Write the name of the city of publication

26 Let’s do one together… Open your encyclopedia to any article
Find the author’s name Find the bold print title of the article Write the name of the encyclopedia Write the name of the city of publication it is followed by a colon (:)

27 Let’s do one together… Open your encyclopedia to any article
Find the author’s name Find the bold print title of the article Write the name of the encyclopedia Write the name of the city of publication Write the name of the publisher

28 Let’s do one together… Open your encyclopedia to any article
Find the author’s name Find the bold print title of the article Write the name of the encyclopedia Write the name of the city of publication Write the name of the publisher it is followed by a comma

29 Let’s do one together… Open your encyclopedia to any article
Find the author’s name Find the bold print title of the article Write the name of the encyclopedia Write the name of the city of publication Write the name of the publisher Write the date of publication

30 Let’s do one together… Open your encyclopedia to any article
Find the author’s name Find the bold print title of the article Write the name of the encyclopedia Write the name of the city of publication Write the name of the publisher Write the date of publication it is followed by a period

31 Here’s another example…
This is an example of a bibliographic entry from a book.

32 Here’s another example…
This is an example of a bibliographic entry from a book. Davis, Burke. Author’s last name and first name

33 Here’s another example…
This is an example of a bibliographic entry from a book. Davis, Burke. Jeb Stuart: the Last Cavalier. title of the book, underlined

34 Here’s another example…
This is an example of a bibliographic entry from a book. Davis, Burke. Jeb Stuart: the Last Cavalier. New York: city of publishing, followed by a colon

35 Here’s another example…
This is an example of a bibliographic entry from a book. Davis, Burke. Jeb Stuart: the Last Cavalier. New York: Gramercy, name of publisher followed by a comma

36 Here’s another example…
This is an example of a bibliographic entry from a book. Davis, Burke. Jeb Stuart: the Last Cavalier. New York: Gramercy, date of publication followed by a period

37 Your turn! Use the book you brought to fill in the information on your paper. Raise your hand if you get stuck and help will come quickly!

38 What about online sources?
Online sources follow the same basic pattern as books. You just need to think of similar types of information.

39 What about online sources?
Online sources follow the same basic pattern as books. You just need to think of similar types of information. Sometimes these items are missing: - author’s name - title of article - title of webpage Just skip that information and go on to the next entry.

40 What about online sources?
“Robert Edward Lee.” Title of article in quotes (there was no author name)

41 What about online sources?
“Robert Edward Lee.” 26 April 2009. date website was accessed

42 What about online sources?
“Robert Edward Lee.” 26 April <http: //www.civilwarhome.com/leebio.htm>. complete URL

43 Your turn! Use the online information you brought to fill in the information on your paper. Raise your hand if you get stuck and help will come quickly!

44 Important Things to Remember
Entries should be listed in alphabetical order. Single space lines in each entry. Double space between entries. Indent every line after the first line. Pay attention to punctuation as you follow the example.

45 Bibliography Gillett, Jean Wallace et.al. Open Court Reading: Language Arts Handbook. Columbus: McGraw Hill, 2002. “MLA Format: MLA Works Cited.” Studyguide.org. 23 April htm>. “The Research Paper: Bibliography.” 23 April

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