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Works Cited Page or Bibliography
This is where you give the information that fully identifies the sources you used for your presentation.
The most common styles used are called Modern Language Association (MLA) or American Psychological
Association (APA). Here are some examples:
Book:
Kalman, Bobbie.
The ABCs of Endangered Animals.
New York:
Crabtree,
2009.
Online Database:
Schardt, Hannah.
"Why Is This Crocodile Smiling?."
National Wildlife
46.6
(2008)
:
31-35.
EBSCO Science Reference Center.
Web.
11 Jan 2012.
Website:
“Protecting the Future of Nature.”
WWF. World Wildlife Fund.
2011.
Web.
17 June 2011.
Author(s)
Database Title
Article Title
Date You Used
the Site
Medium
Publication
Title
Date
Published
Vol.
& Issue
Pages
Title
Name of Website
Date Last
Updated
Date You Used
the Site
Medium
Author(s)
Title
City Where
Published
Publisher
Copyright
Date
“Endangered
species." Compton's by Britannica. Encyclopædia Britannica
Online School Edition. Encyclopædia Britannica, 2011. Web. 10 June 2011.
(1st paragraph in article introduction)
Nilsson, Greta. "Endangered species." World Book Student.
World Book, 2011. Web. 10 June 2011. (1st sentence of the article)