Use this template to cite an entire book, pamphlet, or report. Also, use this template to cite part of a book or encyclopedia, such as an article, chapter, essay, play, poem, or short story. This applies to all formats: print, audio, online, or e-book.
Example – Book, 3 authors, edition
Reilly, Mary Jo, et al. Mexico. 3rd ed., Marshall Cavendish Benchmark, 2012.
Example – E-book, 1 author, downloaded to a device
Arnold, Eric. Volcanoes! Mountains of Fire. E-book, Random House, 2013.
Example – Article in a book, library database, 2 editors
Lerner, K. Lee, and Brenda Wilmoth Lerner, editors. "Soccer.” World of Sports Science, vol. 2, Gale, 2007, pp. 647-49. Gale Virtual Reference Library, go.galegroup.com/ps/i.do?p=GVRL&sw=w&u=port&v=2.1&it=r&id=GALE%7CCX3451100488&asid=7f7a14a418f9fdb081e1f5587d079270.
Example – Encyclopedia article, Internet, publisher is same as Web site title (so do not list publisher)
Stock, Joann. "Earthquake." World Book Student, 2016, worldbookonline.com/student/article?id=ar171680.
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|Extra notes about a source you are citing. Usually gives a brief summary and/or your thoughts about the source.|
|When (month, day, year) the source was accessed or reviewed online.|
|The month, day, and year a content piece was published electronically (as opposed to in print). Depending on the webpage, it may or may not be shown.|
Place of Publication
|Where the publisher of the source is. Usually refers to a city, state, or country.|
|Person or entity that supported the publishing or distribution of a work. For example, the publishing company of a book.|
|Indicators at the end of a name that tell us more about a person. This includes Jr., Esq., PhD, etc.|
|This is the name of the source. If no name exists, some citations ask for a description.|
|Web address for a page on the internet. http://www.bibme.org/ is an example of a URL.|
| Manner or way a work was communicated or distributed. A few examples are: |
|An individual or group that contributed to the creation of the content you are citing. A translator, editor, producer, and inventor are a few examples.|
|Individual who created a work such as a book, digital image, article, blog, comic, podcast, play, poem, script, etc.|
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