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How to cite a Web site
Bibliography format:
Author’s name, last name first (if available). "Article or Web page title," Web site title, URL,
access date, city: producer. [city and producer are optional]

Beasley, Maurine H. "Roosevelt, Eleanor," World Book Online,
http://www.worldbookonline.com, May 27, 2001, Chicago: World Book, Inc.

How to cite a CD-ROM encyclopedia
Bibliography format:
Author’s name, last name first (if available). "Article title," Encyclopedia title, version, producer,
edition or copyright or publication date.

Bibliography example:
Garrison, David L. "Marine biology," 2001 World Book, Version 5.0, World Book, Inc., 2001.

How to cite a print encyclopedia
Bibliography format:
Author’s name, last name first (if available). "Article title," Encyclopedia title,
edition or publication or copyright date, volume number, page number(s) of entire article.

Bibliography example:
McGrath, William J. "Vienna," The World Book Encyclopedia, 2001, Vol. 20, pp. 362-363.

How to cite a book
Bibliography format:
Author, last name first. Book title. City: Publisher, date.

Bibliography example:
Gordon, Karen Elizabeth. The Transitive Vampire: A Handbook of Grammar. New York: Cahill,
1985.

How to cite a magazine article
Bibliography format:
Author’s name, last name first (if available). "Article title." Magazine title,
publication volume and issue number (where applicable), publication date, including month,
day, and year (where applicable), page numbers of entire article.

Bibliography example:
Van Dyk, Jere. "The Long Journey of the Pacific Salmon." National Geographic, vol. 178,
no. 1, July 1990, pp. 3-37.
How to cite a newspaper article
Bibliography format:
Author’s name, last name first (if available). "Article title." Newspaper title, publication date,
including month, day, and year (where applicable), section (where applicable),
page numbers of entire article.

Bibliography example:
Andreoni, Phyllis. "Program Enrolls Elderly." Union-News, July 4, 1990, sec. 1, p. 9.

How to cite a videotape or videodisc
Bibliography format:
Title, format, date. City: Producer.

Bibliography example:
Legacies of the Sixties, VHS, 1991. Washington, D.C.: WETA and Varied Directions, Inc.

How to cite a television program
Bibliography format:
"Title." Program title. Network or station, broadcast date.

Bibliography example:
"Enter the Jury Room." CBS Reports. CBS, April 16, 1997.

How to cite a pamphlet/business or community group publication
Bibliography format:
Organization. "Title." Pamphlet number (where applicable), date (where applicable).

Bibliography example:
National Dairy Council. "Your Food-Choice or Chance." Pamphlet no. 435, 1983.

How to cite a personal interview
Bibliography format:
Interviewee’s name, last name first. Interviewee’s title. "Personal interview," date.

Bibliography example:
Myers, Linnet Foster. Former foreign correspondent, Chicago Tribune. Personal interview,
April 15, 1997.