BibliographyA standard bibliography format is available to help students learn guidelines for documenting sources of information. The format below is based on the MLA style. Students are encouraged to document their sources each time they do research activities as they learn to become ethical users of information.
BOOK BY TWO OR MORE PERSONS Authors. Title of Book. City of publication: Publisher, copyright date. Blauer, Ettagale and Jason Laure. Madagascar. New York: Children’s Press, 2000.
BOOK - NO AUTHOR GIVEN Title of Book. City of publication: Publisher, copyright date. Webster's New Geographical Dictionary. Springfield, Massachusetts: Merriam-Webster, 2001.
ENCYCLOPEDIA ARTICLE ONLINE
“Title of Article.” Name of Encyclopedia. Information
supplier. Access date.
"Washington, George." World Book Online. 2004. World Book, Inc. 16 April 2004.
COMPUTER SUBSCRIPTION DATABASES ONLINE
“Title of Article.” Name of Database. Access date.
Database supplier. Web address of main page.
"Texas." Lands and Peoples. Grolier Online. 10 May 2001. <http://lp.grolier.com>.
Title of Brochure. City of publication: Publisher, date of publication.
Endangered Species: We're All In This Together. Washington, D.C.: National Wildlife Federation, 1998.
Person interviewed. Type of interview. Date of interview.
Bush, Laura. Telephone interview. 12 October 2003.
“Title of episode.” Name of series. Channel. Producer,
city of production. Date of episode.
“Battle of the X-planes.” Nova. PBS. GPB, Atlanta. 24 August 2004.