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How a Bibliography Works
 

A Bibliography is a page or pages of information that tell the sources used for a book, encyclopedia, Web site, research paper, etc.  These are the standard bibliography formats:

Books:
Author (or authors and editors. Title. Place of publication: Publisher, Copyright date

Refereance Books (Books that are in alphabetical order):
Author of article (leave out if there isn't one). "Title of Article." Title of Referance Work. Place of Publication: Publisher, most recent copyright date

Magazines:
Author (leave out if there isn't one). "Title of Article." Title of Magazine Date of Magazine (the date when it was published): Article's page numbers (e.x. 11 to 28)

Videos:
Title. Producer/Director. Length. Publisher, copyright date. Videocassette.

Internet sites:
Author (leave out if none is listed). Name of Internet Site (Date you viewed this site) [on-line]. Internet Address.

Periodical Databases:
Author. "Title of Article." Title of Program. [medium]. Publisher, date.

Other computer software:
Author (leave out if there isn't one). "Title of Article." Title of Program [medium]. Publisher, date.