A bibliography is a collection of works that the author has used in some way or another.They can be called a bibliography, works cited or a reference page. It is basically giving credit where it is due when you use someone's work to gain ideas that are not your own.Creating them can be as simple as using citationmachine.net. Pick your citation format, generally APA, pick your resource style (book, internet site, journal), and then plug in all of the necessary information.When compiling your information, make sure they are alphabetized.Formatting in word includes single spacing in citations, double spacing between citations and including a hanging indentation on each entry. All of those options can be found under Format/Paragraph.Just FYI: An annotated bibliography has summaries, annotations, about each of the entries in the bibliography.
Bibliography----->1. a complete or selective list of works compiled upon some common principle, as authorship, subject, place of publication, or printer. 2. a list of source materials that are used or consulted in the preparation of a work or that are referred to in the text. 3. a branch of library science dealing with the history, physical description, comparison, and classification of books and other works. Basically, you write a bibliography at the end of your project/essay/paper. The bibliography is a list of your sources (where you got your information from, ex. the internet....books....magazines...encycloâ€¦If you get your info from a book, then you'd have to give the author's name, title of book, year the book was written, publishers name (company), pages you took info from....etc.At the bottom of this, I've listed a website that tells you specifically how to write a bibliography from a book, a magazine, etc. So check it out. (the 2nd website gives you the info you want)
How to do a Bibliography What is a Bibliography? A bibliography is a list of all resources used in research.Where does it go? The bibliography is the last page of the assignment.How is it arranged? It is organized alphabetically by author (surname first) or by title, if no other is identified.--------------------------------------â€¦Here are formats and examples for your bibliography:1. From an audiotape:Margaret Laurence, audiotape. Toronto : Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, 1971.2. For a book with one author:McConnell, Ruth E. Our Own Voice: Canadian English and How it Came to Be. Toronto : Gage, 19783. For a book with two authors:Blanchard, Kennith, and Robert Lorber. Putting the One Minute Manager to Work. New York: Berkley Publishing, 1978.4. For a book with three or more authors:Flewelling, Gary, and others. Calculus : A Search for Meaning. Toronto: Gage, 1989.5. For a book with an editor (no author):Hindley, Geoffery, ed. The Larousse Encyclopedia of Music. London: Hamlyn Publishing Group, 1974.6. For a Dictionary (specialized):Lardner, M.M. "David, John," The Dictionary of Canadian Bibliography. Edited by George W. Brown. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1966.7. For an Encyclopedia (signed article):Glass, Bentley. "Human Genetics", McGraw-Hill Encyclopedia of Science and Technology 6, 559-62. New York: McGraw- Hill, 1971.8. For a Film:Brittian, Donald and John Kramer, dirs. Volcanoe : An Inquiry into Life and Death of Malcolm Lowry. National Film Board of Canada, 1976.9. For a Government Document:Canada. Department of Industry, Trade and Commerce. Annual Report. 1975-1976. Ottawa, 1977.10. For an Interview:Vonnegut, Kurt. Personal Interview. July 27, 1986.11. For a Magazine Article:Eberlee, John. "The Hunger Remains." Canada and the World, 57, 2(October 1991): 14-18.12. For a Newspaper Article:Lem, Gail. "Mortgage Rates Dive". The Globe and Mail [Toronto], (November 6, 1991): B1.13. From a Videocasette:University of Toronto. The Canadian General Career of Sir William Otter, 1860-1921, videocasette. Distributed by University of Toronto, Toronto, 1975.14. When quoting from CDs like e.g. SIRS of PROQUEST, don't make a referance to SIRS or PROQUEST, but to actual magazines or newspapers where the information originates:Brown, James, "New Gamblers", Time, volume 26, Jan. 7 1995, pp.2-415. For CD encyclopedias :"Finance", Encarta 95, Microsoft, 1995.16. When quoting from the Internet, give as much information as you can find:"Cycle of Violence", Career Centre Homepage, (Internet), date searched. Available : give URLA typical URL looks like : e.g _http://www.example.comThis examples are actually from a Canadian source, but are still very, very good.
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