Works Cited/Bibliography
Citing Electronic Resources

When gathering information from different sources for a report, it is important to cite or note where the information came from. Below are examples of how to create a work cited page. If you need a second line, be sure to indent that second line and double space.

Encyclopedia from an online subscription service:
      1. Author. (if available)
      2. "Title of article."
      3. Name of encyclopedia
      4. Name of publisher. date of publication.(if available)
      5. Name of the place offering the database, location
      6. Date of your visit
      7. <URL>.

Example if article is taken from the library or school computers:
Sentman, Evertett. "Lion." Grolier Multimedia Encyclopedia. 2006. Scholastic Library
      Publishing. J. Fred Sparke Library, Levittown, N. Y. 15 Feb. 2006
      <http://gme.grolier.com/>.
Periodical article from an online subscription service:
      1. Author. (if available)
      2. "Title of article."
      3. Periodical title. date.
      4. Name of database.
      5. Name of the place offering the database, location
      6. Date of visit
      7. <URL>.

Example if article is taken from the library or school computers:
Churchman, Deborah. "Pride and Joy." Ranger Rick. April 2005. EBSCO Online. J. Fred Sparke
      Library, Levittown, N. Y. 15 Feb. 2006 <http://search.epnet.com/>.
World Wide Web:
      1. Author. (if available)
      2. "Title of article."
      3. Title of full website.
      4. Date website page was updated. (if available)
      5. Date of your visit
      6. <URL>.

Example:
"Lion." Yahooligans! Animals. 2006. 14 Feb. 2006
       <http://yahooligans.yahoo.com/content/animals/species/9787.html>.
Encyclopedia - free online
      1. Author. (if available)
      2. "Title of article."
      3. Name of encyclopedia.
      4. Name of publisher. date of publication. (if available)
      5. Date of your visit
      6. <URL>.

Example:
"Lion." Microsoft Encarta Online Encyclopedia. 2005. Microsoft Corporation. 22 Mar. 2006
       <http://encarta.msn.com>.
Video Clip Online:
      1. "Description or title of video clip."
      2. Date of clip.
      3. Online video clip.
      4. Title of hosting site.
      5. Date of download
      6. <URL>.

Example:
Animal Profiles. "Lions". 1998. Online Video Clip. United Streaming. 20 Mar. 2006
       <http://www.unitedstreaming.com>.
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