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How to Create a Bibliography By Dr. Audrey Irene Daigneault Hit Enter key after reading each slide’s message.*
How to Create a Bibliography A bibliography is an alphabetical list of all sources of information used to create a report.
Bibliography bibliography created A bibliography is placed at the end of a report but is created during the research process.
Bibliography Create a note card for for every source or save a citation to a Word document.
Bibliography It is arranged in abc order by author’s last name if known or title of the work (no author)
Bibliography A bibliography acts as evidence that the report is based on fact. It credits the work of others.
Bibliography Bibliographies are in abc order Author last name or family name is first, first name middle name last. Example: Smith, John Allen.
Bibliography Use periods in a bibliographic entry after each main part. Author’s name. Title of Work. Facts of publication. Remember to dot…………………..
Bibliography Cite page numbers when research is part of a whole work. Example: Chapter in a Book Article in a Magazine
Bibliography Double space between each entry. Example: Smith, John. Machines. New York: Gale, c2005. Zend, Michael. Robots. New York: Children’s Press, n.d.
Bibliography Indent all lines but the first by 5 spaces. Example: McAuliffe, Emily. Connecticut: Fact and Symbols. Mankato, Minnesota: c1999.
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.
Connecticut Bibliography Kaufman, Emily. Connecticut: Fact and Symbols. Mankato, Minn.: Hilltop Books, c1999. “Legal Holidays in the State,” State of Connecticut.9/6/2005. 4/5/2006. http://www.ct.gov/ctportal/cwp/view.asp ?a=843&q=246434 http://www.ct.gov/ctportal/cwp/view.asp
URL’s The MLA Style format no longer requires the URL * “Legal Holidays in the State,” State of Connecticut.9/6/2005. 4/5/2006. *<http://www.ct.gov/ctportal/cwp/view.ahttp://www.ct.gov/ctportal/cwp/view.a sp?a=843&q=246434>*sp
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