How to cite your sources
The following are examples of how to cite your sources. Remember you have to have at least 2
different types of sources. IF YOU STILL HAVE QUESTIONS ON HOW TO CITE YOUR
SOURCES, PLEASE ASK! You are expected to have your works cited page look similar to the
examples below. If your page does not look similar to this, you will loose points. If you do not
turn one in, you will receive zero points for this project!
Pepin, Ronald E. Literature of Satire in the Twelfth Century. Lewiston: Edwin Mellen Press,
Guide to Grammar and Writing. Capital Community-Technical College. 2 Dec. 1997.
Jascot, John. Home page. 1 Dec. 1997. <webster.commnet.edu/HP/pages/staff/jascot/jascot.htm>
*** NOTES: Google.com (or any other search engine) is NOT a cite-able website. That’s like saying “I went
to the library.” The link from google.com IS your cite-able source, so use that web address! Also, you may not
use or cite wikipedia.com! ***
(Note: An encyclopedia website counts as BOTH a website AND an encyclopedia. You will need to use something else
that is neither a website nor an encyclopedia as your second type of source.)
(Second Note: You may only use one type of website and then you must choose something else as your second type of
Orchestra. CD-ROM. Burbank: Warner New Media. 1992.
(Note: An encyclopedia cd-rom counts as BOTH a cd-rom AND an encyclopedia. You will need to use something else
that is neither a cd-rom nor an encyclopedia as your second type of source.)
Feinberg, Joe. "Freedom and Behavior Control." Encyclopedia of Bioethics, Ed. Warren T.
Reich. 4 vols. New York: Free Press, 1992.
Wolkomir, Richard. "Charting the Terrain of Touch." Smithsonian June 2000: 38-48.
*****Do not use any sources older than 5 years without asking me first!*****