Author of article Last Name, First Name. (if listed) "Title of article."
Name of Encyclopedia. Copyright Date.
no author listed:
"Dinosaur." World Book Encyclopedia. 2002.
Chiappini, Luciano. "Liberty, Statue of." World Book Encyclopedia.
BOOKS WITH ONE AUTHOR
Author's Last Name, First Name. Title of Book. City of
Publication: Name of Publisher, Copyright date.
Freedman, Richard. What Unions Do. Boston: Little, Brown & Co.,
BOOKS WITH TWO AUTHORS:
Author's Last Name, First Name, and First Name Last Name of other
Author. Title of Book. City of Publication: Name of Publisher,
Edens, Walter, et al. Teaching Shakespeare. Princeton, New Jersey:
Princeton Press, 2000.
BOOK WITH NO AUTHOR:
Title of Book. City of Publication: Name of Publisher, Copyright
World Almanac & Book of Facts 2003. New York: World Almanac
Author of article Last Name, First Name. (if listed) "Article Title."
Title of the work. Ed. (editor) of the work. Vol. Number. City of
Publication: Name of Publisher, Publication year. Inclusive Page
*if no author is given for the article, start the citation with the Article Title.
Hornberger, Theodore. "Benjamin Franklin." American Writers: A
Collection of Literary Biographies. Ed. Leonard Unger. Vol. II
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1974. 101-25.
Author of article Last Name, First Name. "Title of Article." Name of
the Magazine. Day Mo. Year: inclusive page numbers.
*If no author is given for the article, start the citation with the Article Title.
Thompson, Mark. "Up From the Depths." Time. 28 Feb. 2002: 43-
Author of article Last Name, First Name. "Article Title." Name of
the Newspaper. Day Mo. Year: section letter and page.
Manning, Sara. "Curriculum Battles from Left and Right." USA
Today. 2 Jan. 2003: D5
INTERNET / ONLINE:
Author of article (if listed). "Title of the article." Name of site (or
online database). Other relevant info. (when available) Date
accessed-Day Mo. Year <Internet address (URL)>
*Since many Internet addresses are lengthy, include only the Internet address up to the first single slash (adding only
any relevant path and file names).
"Elephant." Worldbook Online. 30 Mar. 2002
Schaller, George. "on the Trail of New Species." Scientific
American. 1 May 2002:44 Newsbank Infoweb. Greece Athena
Gahr, Evan. "Access to Guns Can Lead to School Shootings."
Opposing Viewpoints Resource Center. 8 Jan. 2003
"Raebok International LTD."Hoover's Online. 2002. Hoover's
Company Information. 14 Jan. 2003
Last Name of person interviewed, First Name. Kind of Interview.
Stephani, Gwen. Telephone interview. 12 June 2002.
Woods, Tiger. Personal interview. 18 Dec. 2002.
VIDEO OR FILM:
Title. Director. Performers (if pertinent). Distributor, Date of
*Cite a video, DVD, slide program, or laser disc like a film, but include teh original release date relevant) and the
medium, neither underlined nor enclosed in quotes, before the name of the distributor.
Titanic. Dir. James Cameron. Perf. Kate Winslet and Leonardo
DiCaprio. Paramount, 1997.
Last Name of Artist, First Name. Title of Recording. Recording
Simon, Paul. Father and Daughter. Warner Brothers, 2002.
Author's Last Name, First Name. Title of Pamphlet. City of
Publication: Name of Publisher, Publication year.
Smith, John. Erie Canal. Albany: New York Historical Society, 1997.