• Book

    Structure:

    Last, First M. Book. Publisher, Year Published. 


    Example:

    Ruth, Amy. Jane Austen. Lerner, 2001. 


    Website

    Structure:

    Last, First M. “Article Title.” Website Title. Website Publisher or Sponsor (if different), Date Month Year Published, URL. Accession

                date only if there is no pulication date. 



    Example:

    Korman, Gordon. “About Gordon Korman.” Gordon Korman. Jeffrey Korn Creative, 2013.

    Web. 8 Sept. 2014.




    Magazine

    Structure:

    Last, First M. “Article Title.” Magazine Title, Date Month Year, Page(s). 


    Example:

    Shea, Michael R. “Get Into Elk Shape: Phase One.” Field & Stream, June 2014, p. 34.


    Newspaper

    Structure:

    Last, First M. “Article Title.” Newspaper Title, Date Month Year, Page(s).



    Example:

    Shields, Mark. “Needed: An honest debate on war.” The Weekly News of Cooke County,

    3 Sept. 2014, p. 4. 


     

    Online Database

    Structure:

    Last, First M. “Article Title.” Journal Title Series, Volume, Issue, date, Page(s). Database name. URL.



    Example:

    Nelson, M. Rae. "Eclipses." Experiment Central: Understanding Scientific Principles Through Projects, 2nd ed., UXL, 2010.

                Research in Context, go.galegroup.com/ps/i.do?p=MSIC&sw=w&u=j049902&v=2.1&it=r&id=GALE                       %7CCV2644200012&asid=80763a6e06690c014b857f93266fa299.